Apparent diffusion coefficient

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Apparent diffusion coefficient, abbreviated ADC, is a value obtained from MRI. It has been found to correlate with the Gleason score.[1]

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  1. Kim, TH.; Kim, CK.; Park, BK.; Jeon, HG.; Jeong, BC.; Seo, SI.; Lee, HM.; Choi, HY. et al. "Relationship between Gleason score and apparent diffusion coefficients of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging in prostate cancer patients.". Can Urol Assoc J 10 (11-12): E377-E382. doi:10.5489/cuaj.3896. PMID 28096922.

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