Last updated on January 2019

Cardiac Magnetic Resonance for Early Detection of Chemotherapy or Radiation Therapy Induced Cardiotoxicity in Breast Cancer (CareBest)

Brief description of study

Chemotherapy or radiation therapy-induced cardiotoxicity are well-recognized side effects in patients with cancer. The clinical significance of cardiotoxicity is growing with increasing cancer survivor-ship.

Left ventricular (LV) functional assessment is the standard of reference to diagnose chemotherapy- or radiation therapy-induced cardiotoxicity. The investigators will investigate the usefulness of T1 mapping parameters for early detection and prediction of chemotherapy-, radiation therapy-, or other therapy-induced cardiotoxicity in breast cancer patients This study aimed to achieve early detection of chemotherapy- or radiation therapy-induced cardiotoxicity using T1 mapping magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and determine a prognostic imaging factor of chemotherapy- or radiation therapy-induced cardiotoxicity in patients treated for breast cancer.

Detailed Study Description

Screening and follow-up cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) protocols for diagnosis of cardiotoxicity will be conducted in patients with breast cancer who have received or are planned to receive treatment for breast cancer. The protocol will include T1 and T2 mapping and cine imaging of the LV myocardium.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03301389

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