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Summary

This collection contains images from patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) imaged prior to surgical excision with both thin-section computed tomography (CT) and whole body positron emissions tomography (PET)/CT scans acquired under Institutional Review Board approval from StanfordUniversityand the Veterans Administration Palo Alto Health Care System. The first installment of 26 cases (see shared list "NSCLC Radiogenomics: Initial Stanford Study of 26 Cases") corresponds to microarray data acquired from the excised samples, which is available on the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Gene Expression Omnibus, where Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) patient names are identical to microarray sample names. For scientific inquiries relating to the data-set, please contact Drs. Sandy Napel (snapel@stanford.edu) or Sylvia K. Plevritis (sylvia.plevritis@stanford.edu).


Citation: Radiology. 2012 Aug;264(2):387-96. doi: 10.1148/radiol.12111607. Epub 2012 Jun 21. PMID: 22723499 ; PMCID: PMC3401348

Data Access

Imaging Data

You can view and download these images on TCIA by loggin and selecting the NSCLC Radiogenomics collection.

Collection Statistics

(updated 2/28/2013)

Modalities

PET, CT

Number of Patients

26

Number of Studies

52

Number of Series

128

Number of Images

36,593

Images Size (GB)105

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Shared Lists

  • NSCLC Radiogenomics: Initial Stanford Study of 26 Cases - Use this shared list to obtain the first installment of 26 cases which corresponds to microarray data acquired from the excised samples.

Metadata

Microarray data acquired from the excised samples corresponding to these scans is available on the NCBI Gene Expression Omnibus, where DICOM patient names correspond to microarray sample names.

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