RSNA/QIBA: Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging

Timothy J. Hall, Andy Milkowski, Brian Garra, Paul Carson, Mark Palmeri, Kathy Nightingale, Ted Lynch, Abdullah Alturki, Michael Andre, Stephane Audiere, Jeffery Bamber, Richard Barr, Jeremy Bercoff, Jessica Bercoff, Miguel Bernal, Javier Brum, Huan Wee Chan, Shigao D Chen, Claude Cohen-Bacrie, Mathieu CouadeAllison Daniels, Ryan Dewall, Jonathan Dillman, Richard Lorne Ehman, Sf Franchi-Abella, Jeremie Fromageau, Jean Luc Gennisson, Jean Pierre Henry, Nikolas Ivancevich, Jan Kalin, Sarah Kohn, Jennifer Kugel, Ken Lee, Nl Liu, Thanasis Loupas, Joan Mazernik, Stephen McAleavey, Veronique Miette, Stephen Metz, Bm Morel, Thomas Nelson, Eric Nordberg, Jennifer Oudry, Monali Padwal, Ned Rouze, Anthony Samir, Laurent Sandrin, Janet Schaccitti, Cedric Schmitt, Vijay Shamdasani, Pengfei Song, Pamela Switalski, Michael Wang, Keith Wear, Hua Xie, Heng Zhao

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Abstract

An interlaboratory study of shear wave speed (SWS) estimation was performed. Commercial shear wave elastography systems from Fibroscan, Philips, Siemens and Supersonic Imagine, as well as several custom laboratory systems, were involved. Fifteen sites were included in the study. CIRS manufactured and donated 11 pairs of custom phantoms designed for the purposes of this investigation. Dynamic mechanical tests of equivalent phantom materials were also performed. The results of this study demonstrate that there is very good agreement among SWS estimation systems, but there are several sources of bias and variance that can be addressed to improve consistency of measurement results.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS
Pages397-400
Number of pages4
DOIs
StatePublished - 2013
Event2013 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS 2013 - Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: Jul 21 2013Jul 25 2013

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Other2013 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS 2013
CountryCzech Republic
CityPrague
Period7/21/137/25/13

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  • Acoustics and Ultrasonics

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Hall, T. J., Milkowski, A., Garra, B., Carson, P., Palmeri, M., Nightingale, K., ... Zhao, H. (2013). RSNA/QIBA: Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging. In IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS (pp. 397-400). [6725226] https://doi.org/10.1109/ULTSYM.2013.0103

RSNA/QIBA : Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging. / Hall, Timothy J.; Milkowski, Andy; Garra, Brian; Carson, Paul; Palmeri, Mark; Nightingale, Kathy; Lynch, Ted; Alturki, Abdullah; Andre, Michael; Audiere, Stephane; Bamber, Jeffery; Barr, Richard; Bercoff, Jeremy; Bercoff, Jessica; Bernal, Miguel; Brum, Javier; Chan, Huan Wee; Chen, Shigao D; Cohen-Bacrie, Claude; Couade, Mathieu; Daniels, Allison; Dewall, Ryan; Dillman, Jonathan; Ehman, Richard Lorne; Franchi-Abella, Sf; Fromageau, Jeremie; Gennisson, Jean Luc; Henry, Jean Pierre; Ivancevich, Nikolas; Kalin, Jan; Kohn, Sarah; Kugel, Jennifer; Lee, Ken; Liu, Nl; Loupas, Thanasis; Mazernik, Joan; McAleavey, Stephen; Miette, Veronique; Metz, Stephen; Morel, Bm; Nelson, Thomas; Nordberg, Eric; Oudry, Jennifer; Padwal, Monali; Rouze, Ned; Samir, Anthony; Sandrin, Laurent; Schaccitti, Janet; Schmitt, Cedric; Shamdasani, Vijay; Song, Pengfei; Switalski, Pamela; Wang, Michael; Wear, Keith; Xie, Hua; Zhao, Heng.

IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS. 2013. p. 397-400 6725226.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Hall, TJ, Milkowski, A, Garra, B, Carson, P, Palmeri, M, Nightingale, K, Lynch, T, Alturki, A, Andre, M, Audiere, S, Bamber, J, Barr, R, Bercoff, J, Bercoff, J, Bernal, M, Brum, J, Chan, HW, Chen, SD, Cohen-Bacrie, C, Couade, M, Daniels, A, Dewall, R, Dillman, J, Ehman, RL, Franchi-Abella, S, Fromageau, J, Gennisson, JL, Henry, JP, Ivancevich, N, Kalin, J, Kohn, S, Kugel, J, Lee, K, Liu, N, Loupas, T, Mazernik, J, McAleavey, S, Miette, V, Metz, S, Morel, B, Nelson, T, Nordberg, E, Oudry, J, Padwal, M, Rouze, N, Samir, A, Sandrin, L, Schaccitti, J, Schmitt, C, Shamdasani, V, Song, P, Switalski, P, Wang, M, Wear, K, Xie, H & Zhao, H 2013, RSNA/QIBA: Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging. in IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS., 6725226, pp. 397-400, 2013 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS 2013, Prague, Czech Republic, 7/21/13. https://doi.org/10.1109/ULTSYM.2013.0103
Hall TJ, Milkowski A, Garra B, Carson P, Palmeri M, Nightingale K et al. RSNA/QIBA: Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging. In IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS. 2013. p. 397-400. 6725226 https://doi.org/10.1109/ULTSYM.2013.0103
Hall, Timothy J. ; Milkowski, Andy ; Garra, Brian ; Carson, Paul ; Palmeri, Mark ; Nightingale, Kathy ; Lynch, Ted ; Alturki, Abdullah ; Andre, Michael ; Audiere, Stephane ; Bamber, Jeffery ; Barr, Richard ; Bercoff, Jeremy ; Bercoff, Jessica ; Bernal, Miguel ; Brum, Javier ; Chan, Huan Wee ; Chen, Shigao D ; Cohen-Bacrie, Claude ; Couade, Mathieu ; Daniels, Allison ; Dewall, Ryan ; Dillman, Jonathan ; Ehman, Richard Lorne ; Franchi-Abella, Sf ; Fromageau, Jeremie ; Gennisson, Jean Luc ; Henry, Jean Pierre ; Ivancevich, Nikolas ; Kalin, Jan ; Kohn, Sarah ; Kugel, Jennifer ; Lee, Ken ; Liu, Nl ; Loupas, Thanasis ; Mazernik, Joan ; McAleavey, Stephen ; Miette, Veronique ; Metz, Stephen ; Morel, Bm ; Nelson, Thomas ; Nordberg, Eric ; Oudry, Jennifer ; Padwal, Monali ; Rouze, Ned ; Samir, Anthony ; Sandrin, Laurent ; Schaccitti, Janet ; Schmitt, Cedric ; Shamdasani, Vijay ; Song, Pengfei ; Switalski, Pamela ; Wang, Michael ; Wear, Keith ; Xie, Hua ; Zhao, Heng. / RSNA/QIBA : Shear wave speed as a biomarker for liver fibrosis staging. IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, IUS. 2013. pp. 397-400
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