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Spio mri studies by dr naghavi - presented to ge-amersham

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Spio mri studies by dr naghavi - presented to ge-amersham

  1. 1. Non-Invasive Macrophage Imaging for Detection of Vulnerable Plaque Applications and Limitations Amersham Oct 2003 Morteza Naghavi, MD
  2. 2. A B
  3. 3. Which one is vulnerable, A or B? The one with inflammation (macrophage infiltration)
  4. 4. Morphology vs. Activity Imaging Inactive and non-inflamed plaque Active and inflamed plaque Similar in IVUS OCT MRI w/o CM Morphology Different Activity Thermography, Spectroscopy, immunoscintigraphy, MRI with targeted contrast media…
  5. 5. Plaque Morphology vs. Plaque Activity We Need Both
  6. 6. Imaging Inflammation - by MRI - by CT Both are available today!
  7. 7. Imaging Inflammation - by MRI Pioneered in 1980s Rummeny E, Weissleder R, Stark DD, Elizondo G, Ferrucci JT. Radiologe. 1988 Aug;28(8):380-6.
  8. 8. SuperparamagneticSuperparamagnetic andand Ultra-superparamagneticUltra-superparamagnetic Iron OxideIron Oxide lBlood pool Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging contrast media with a central core of iron oxide generally coated by a polysaccharide layer Shortening MR relaxation time Engulfed by and accumulated in cells with phagocytic activity
  9. 9. Particle Core Size Particle Size Blood (nm) (nm) Half-life Combidex 5-6 20-30 8h Feridex 4-6 35-50 2.4±0.2h DDM 43/34/102 6.4 20-30 6h Clariscan MION 4-6 17 varies Feruglose --- --- --- --- Examples of commercially available SPIOs
  10. 10. USPIOs Enter the AtheroscleroticUSPIOs Enter the Atherosclerotic Plaque ThroughPlaque Through lMacrophages that engulfed them lFissured or thin cap l Extensive angiogenesis l vasa vasorum leakage l Intra plaque hemorrhage
  11. 11. In-vitro Study of Macrophage SPIO Uptake  In a series of in-vitro studies we have tested the rate of SPIO uptake by human activated monocytes in different conditions regarding incubation time and concentration of SPIO. All SPIO were labeled by a fluorescent dye (DCFA).
  12. 12. FL-labeled SPIO Incubated Macrophages 24hr
  13. 13. Double DAPI Staining with Fluorescence-labeled SPIO Macrophages after 24hr Incubation
  14. 14. Hypothesis
  15. 15. vasa vasorum Over magnification is a major advantage of SPIO Darkening property of SPIO in the white background of fat and water of plaque is another advantage
  16. 16. SPIO and T2 Effect In-vitro study to show the effect of macrophage SPIO uptake on their T2 relaxation time
  17. 17. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 50 250 control 20 min 60 min 6 hours 24 hours Macrophage Uptake of Feridex with Time and Concentration Shown by T2 Reduction Concentration µmol/ml
  18. 18. Histopathologic Studies of ApoE KO Mice Injected with SPIO (Abdominal Aorta) H&E staining Iron Staining CD 68 staining Iron particles
  19. 19. Histopathologic Study of Wild Type Mice Injected With SPIO (Thoracic Aorta) H&E staining CD68 stainingIron staining
  20. 20. Comparison of the Number of the Iron Particles (per HPF) in ApoE KO Mice Plaque vs. Normal Wall 0 5 10 15 Atherosclerotic Aorta Average number of iron particles per sample P <0.001
  21. 21. MR Image of Abdominal Aorta After SPIO Injection in ApoE and Control Mice ApoE deficien t mouse C57B1 (control) mouse Before Injection After Injection (5 Days ) Dark (negatively enhanced) aortic wall, full of iron particles Bright aortic lumen and wall without negative enhancement and no significant number of iron particles
  22. 22. Injection of Cytokine Increases SPIO-Loaded Macrophage Density in Aortic Plaques (Apo E Deficient Mice) Naghavi et al Circulation 2003
  23. 23. Naghavi et al Circulation 2003 Injection of Cytokine Increases SPIO-Loaded Macrophage Density in a Coronary Plaque (Apo E Deficient Mice)
  24. 24. Histopathologic studies of Thoracic aorta in Watanabe Hereditary Hypercholesterolemic rabbit after SPIO injection H&E staining Iron staining Iron staining
  25. 25. Histopathologic studies of Thoracic aorta in Watanabe Hereditary Hypercholesterolemic rabbit after SPIO injection H&E staining Iron staining Iron staining Iron particles
  26. 26. Plaque Cell Density vs SPIO 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Cell Denity in H&E staining SPIOpositivecell-Iron staining Series1 R=0.956 Correlation between Iron positive cells in Iron staining and cell density in H&E staining in rabbit atherosclerotic aorta.
  27. 27. MR Angiography 3D with Gadolinium-DTPA in Watanabe Rabbit Before SPIO injection After SPIO injection
  28. 28. MRI Identifies Plaque Inflammation by SPIO Nanoparticles Watanabe rabbit Post-SPIO Watanabe rabbit control NZW rabbit control NZW rabbit Post-SPIO Watanabe Rabbit Post-SPIO Watanabe Rabbit Control NZW Rabbit Post-SPIO NZW Rabbit Control
  29. 29. Ex-vivo MR study of the thoracic aorta in Watanabe and Wild type rabbit after SPIO injection compared to control. (Gradient echo) Watanabe rabbit Post-SPIO Watanabe rabbit control NZW rabbit Post-SPIO NZW rabbit control
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  44. 44. MR signal changes after CsA treatment. A group with allotransplants was treated with CsA for either 7 days (n=5) or 4 days (n=5) after initial MRI experiments showed decrease of MR signal intensity according to degree of graft rejection. On POD 14, transplanted rats were reinjected with USPIO particles, and then MRI experiments were performed. Animals treated 7 days showed minimal changes in MR signal intensity 24 hours after reinjection (A and B), and animals treated 4 days showed MR signal intensity that was significantly decreased after USPIO injection (C and D). MR images of short-axis view of graft are shown. MR images before USPIO infusion are at A and C, and images taken 24 hours after infusion are at B and D. Ho et al
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  46. 46. • Imaging Macrophage Activity in the Brain Using Ultrasmall Particles of Iron Oxide Jeff W.M. Bultea and Joseph A. Franka Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiology Research National Institutes of Health Bethesda, MD
  47. 47. • SPIO MR imagine of macrophage will is feasible for clinical applications. • It will be of great interest to investigate the cost-effectiveness of this technique in comparison with alternative diagnostic approaches. Conclusion
  48. 48. • Poor spatial and temporal resolution for coronary applications • Cost • Cumbersome (injection and delayed imaging) Limitations

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