Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
Rapid Pancreatic and Ovarian Screening MR Imaging With Motion Corrected T1, T2, and Advanced Diffusion Weighted Imaging for Patients With BRCA Mutation Who Undergo Screening Breast MRI
The purpose of this study is to create a rapid scan of the pancreas and ovaries that could be used in the future to screen patients at risk for pancreatic or ovarian cancers. Currently, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) examinations of the pancreas and ovaries can last 30-45 minutes each. The investigators hope to create a rapid pancreatic and ovarian MRI evaluation that can be used as a screening tool that is completed in approximately 15 minutes. They will compare different tools available on modern MRI scanners to see which one reliably offers high quality images of the pancreas and ovaries.
A minimum of 5 and maximum of 60 evaluable patients will be imaged on this study. Description of the subject inclusion and exclusion criteria are listed below.
BRCA 1 or 2 mutation
Age ≥ 30
Patients scheduled to undergo screening breast MRI with contrast
Patients with known breast cancer
Patients unable to complete their scheduled breast MRI
Patients with prior pancreatic surgery or cancers
Patients with prior ovarian cancer or surgery involving removal of one or both ovaries
Patients with prior abdominal or pelvic surgery
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New York New York, 10065, United States
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