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Research Article

Application of Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) in Lymphomatous Lymph Nodes: A Comparison between PET/CT and Contrast-Enhanced CT

Table 4

The accuracy of CEUS, PET/CT, and CECT in detecting lymphomatous lymph nodes.

ClassificationCEUSPET/CTCECT

T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma (%)2/2 (100)2/2 (100)2/2 (100)
Peripheral T-cell lymphoma (%)13/16 (81.25)15/16 (93.75)14/16 (87.5)0.859
Extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma (%)7/8 (87.5)7/8 (87.5)6/8 (75)1
Anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (%)1/1 (100)1/1 (100)1/1 (100)
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (%)65/79 (82.28)71/79 (89.87)62/79 (78.48)0.145
Burkitt lymphoma (%)6/8 (75)7/8 (87.5)6/8 (75)1
Mantle cell lymphoma (%)3/4 (75)4/4 (100)4/4 (100)1
Inert small B-cell lymphoma (%)4/4 (100)0/4 (0)3/4 (75)0.03
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (follicular lymphoma conversion) (%)3/3 (100)3/3 (100)3/3 (100)
Hodgkin’s lymphoma (%)13/15 (86.67)14/15 (93.33)12/15 (80)0.858
Total (accuracy, %)117/140 (83.57)124/140 (88.57)113/140 (80.71)0.188
False-negative rate (%)23/140 (16.43)16/140 (11.43)27/140 (19.29)0.188

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