Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis: objective airway-artery quantification

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Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis : objective airway-artery quantification. / Kuo, Wieying; de Bruijne, Marleen; Petersen, Jens; Nasserinejad, Kazem; Ozturk, Hadiye; Chen, Yong; Perez-Rovira, Adria; Tiddens, Harm A. W. M.

I: European Radiology, Bind 27, Nr. 11, 11.2017, s. 4680-4689.

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Kuo, W, de Bruijne, M, Petersen, J, Nasserinejad, K, Ozturk, H, Chen, Y, Perez-Rovira, A & Tiddens, HAWM 2017, 'Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis: objective airway-artery quantification', European Radiology, bind 27, nr. 11, s. 4680-4689. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-017-4819-7

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Kuo, W., de Bruijne, M., Petersen, J., Nasserinejad, K., Ozturk, H., Chen, Y., ... Tiddens, H. A. W. M. (2017). Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis: objective airway-artery quantification. European Radiology, 27(11), 4680-4689. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-017-4819-7

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Kuo W, de Bruijne M, Petersen J, Nasserinejad K, Ozturk H, Chen Y o.a. Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis: objective airway-artery quantification. European Radiology. 2017 nov;27(11):4680-4689. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-017-4819-7

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Kuo, Wieying ; de Bruijne, Marleen ; Petersen, Jens ; Nasserinejad, Kazem ; Ozturk, Hadiye ; Chen, Yong ; Perez-Rovira, Adria ; Tiddens, Harm A. W. M. / Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis : objective airway-artery quantification. I: European Radiology. 2017 ; Bind 27, Nr. 11. s. 4680-4689.

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title = "Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis: objective airway-artery quantification",
abstract = "Objectives: To quantify airway and artery (AA)-dimensions in cystic fibrosis (CF) and control patients for objective CT diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickness (AWT). Methods: Spirometer-guided inspiratory and expiratory CTs of 11 CF and 12 control patients were collected retrospectively. Airway pathways were annotated semi-automatically to reconstruct three-dimensional bronchial trees. All visible AA-pairs were measured perpendicular to the airway axis. Inner, outer and AWT (outer−inner) diameter were divided by the adjacent artery diameter to compute AinA-, AoutA- and AWTA-ratios. AA-ratios were predicted using mixed-effects models including disease status, lung volume, gender, height and age as covariates. Results: Demographics did not differ significantly between cohorts. Mean AA-pairs CF: 299 inspiratory; 82 expiratory. Controls: 131 inspiratory; 58 expiratory. All ratios were significantly larger in inspiratory compared to expiratory CTs for both groups (p<0.001). AoutA- and AWTA-ratios were larger in CF than in controls, independent of lung volume (p<0.01). Difference of AoutA- and AWTA-ratios between patients with CF and controls increased significantly for every following airway generation (p<0.001). Conclusion: Diagnosis of bronchiectasis is highly dependent on lung volume and more reliably diagnosed using outer airway diameter. Difference in bronchiectasis and AWT severity between the two cohorts increased with each airway generation. Key points: • More peripheral airways are visible in CF patients compared to controls. • Structural lung changes in CF patients are greater with each airway generation. • Number of airways visualized on CT could quantify CF lung disease. • For objective airway disease quantification on CT, lung volume standardization is required.",
keywords = "Airway dimensions, Bronchiectasis, Cystic fibrosis, Imaging/CT, Paediatric lung disease",
author = "Wieying Kuo and {de Bruijne}, Marleen and Jens Petersen and Kazem Nasserinejad and Hadiye Ozturk and Yong Chen and Adria Perez-Rovira and Tiddens, {Harm A. W. M.}",
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T1 - Diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickening in children with cystic fibrosis

T2 - objective airway-artery quantification

AU - Kuo, Wieying

AU - de Bruijne, Marleen

AU - Petersen, Jens

AU - Nasserinejad, Kazem

AU - Ozturk, Hadiye

AU - Chen, Yong

AU - Perez-Rovira, Adria

AU - Tiddens, Harm A. W. M.

PY - 2017/11

Y1 - 2017/11

N2 - Objectives: To quantify airway and artery (AA)-dimensions in cystic fibrosis (CF) and control patients for objective CT diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickness (AWT). Methods: Spirometer-guided inspiratory and expiratory CTs of 11 CF and 12 control patients were collected retrospectively. Airway pathways were annotated semi-automatically to reconstruct three-dimensional bronchial trees. All visible AA-pairs were measured perpendicular to the airway axis. Inner, outer and AWT (outer−inner) diameter were divided by the adjacent artery diameter to compute AinA-, AoutA- and AWTA-ratios. AA-ratios were predicted using mixed-effects models including disease status, lung volume, gender, height and age as covariates. Results: Demographics did not differ significantly between cohorts. Mean AA-pairs CF: 299 inspiratory; 82 expiratory. Controls: 131 inspiratory; 58 expiratory. All ratios were significantly larger in inspiratory compared to expiratory CTs for both groups (p<0.001). AoutA- and AWTA-ratios were larger in CF than in controls, independent of lung volume (p<0.01). Difference of AoutA- and AWTA-ratios between patients with CF and controls increased significantly for every following airway generation (p<0.001). Conclusion: Diagnosis of bronchiectasis is highly dependent on lung volume and more reliably diagnosed using outer airway diameter. Difference in bronchiectasis and AWT severity between the two cohorts increased with each airway generation. Key points: • More peripheral airways are visible in CF patients compared to controls. • Structural lung changes in CF patients are greater with each airway generation. • Number of airways visualized on CT could quantify CF lung disease. • For objective airway disease quantification on CT, lung volume standardization is required.

AB - Objectives: To quantify airway and artery (AA)-dimensions in cystic fibrosis (CF) and control patients for objective CT diagnosis of bronchiectasis and airway wall thickness (AWT). Methods: Spirometer-guided inspiratory and expiratory CTs of 11 CF and 12 control patients were collected retrospectively. Airway pathways were annotated semi-automatically to reconstruct three-dimensional bronchial trees. All visible AA-pairs were measured perpendicular to the airway axis. Inner, outer and AWT (outer−inner) diameter were divided by the adjacent artery diameter to compute AinA-, AoutA- and AWTA-ratios. AA-ratios were predicted using mixed-effects models including disease status, lung volume, gender, height and age as covariates. Results: Demographics did not differ significantly between cohorts. Mean AA-pairs CF: 299 inspiratory; 82 expiratory. Controls: 131 inspiratory; 58 expiratory. All ratios were significantly larger in inspiratory compared to expiratory CTs for both groups (p<0.001). AoutA- and AWTA-ratios were larger in CF than in controls, independent of lung volume (p<0.01). Difference of AoutA- and AWTA-ratios between patients with CF and controls increased significantly for every following airway generation (p<0.001). Conclusion: Diagnosis of bronchiectasis is highly dependent on lung volume and more reliably diagnosed using outer airway diameter. Difference in bronchiectasis and AWT severity between the two cohorts increased with each airway generation. Key points: • More peripheral airways are visible in CF patients compared to controls. • Structural lung changes in CF patients are greater with each airway generation. • Number of airways visualized on CT could quantify CF lung disease. • For objective airway disease quantification on CT, lung volume standardization is required.

KW - Airway dimensions

KW - Bronchiectasis

KW - Cystic fibrosis

KW - Imaging/CT

KW - Paediatric lung disease

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