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Table 2 Result correlation WBMRA-DSA

From: Comparison between a linear versus a macrocyclic contrast agent for whole body MR angiography in a clinical routine setting

  Gadopentetate dimeglumine Gadobutrol
  Sensitivity Specificity NPV PPV Accuracy Sensitivity Specificity NPV PPV Accuracy
Suprarenal aorta - 100 100 - 100 100 100 100 100 100
Infrarenal aorta 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Right renal artery 100 98 100 75 98 100 97 100 83 98
Left renal artery 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Right common iliac artery 86 96 98 75 95 100 97 100 92 98
Left common iliac artery 100 98 100 86 98 94 100 97 100 98
Right external iliac artery 100 98 100 86 98 100 93 100 63 96
Left external iliac artery 100 98 100 89 98 100 100 100 100 100
Right common femoral artery 71 100 96 100 97 80 98 98 80 96
Left common femoral artery 80 98 98 80 97 88 96 98 78 95
Right SFA (proximal) 100 91 100 79 93 90 98 95 95 97
Left SFA (proximal) 100 94 100 88 97 96 97 97 96 97
Right SFA (distal) 87 95 92 91 93 97 93 97 94 95
Left SFA (distal) 89 95 93 92 94 100 94 100 94 97
Right popliteal artery 100 96 100 75 97 70 96 94 78 91
Left popliteal artery 93 98 98 93 97 83 98 96 91 97
Right tibioperoneal trunk 86 96 98 75 95 100 96 100 75 96
Left tibioperoneal trunk 91 93 98 71 92 100 98 100 88 98
Right ant. tibial artery 94 94 94 94 94 94 82 97 68 87
Left ant. tibial artery 95 87 98 76 89 94 88 97 75 90
Right peroneal artery 93 88 97 74 93 83 84 95 59 88
Left peroneal artery 94 83 98 68 89 81 86 92 68 88
Right posterior tibial artery 95 95 97 91 95 96 84 96 82 93
Left posterior tibial artery 93 89 94 87 91 96 80 97 76 88
  1. Table 2 shows the result of the WBMRA of both groups (gadopentetate dimeglumine and gadobutrol) in correlation to DSA as standard of reference in all available arterial segments.