NMR in Medicine by R. Damadian, M. Goldsmith, L. Minkoff (auth.), R. Damadian

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VI. Discussion There have been several explanations given to account for the differences in proton spin-lattice and spin-spin relaxation between living tissue (normal and tumor) and in water. We have not focused on mechanisms here because we were more interested in utilizing of the relaxation time difference between normal and tumor tissue for possible in vivo diagnosis of cancer in humans. An important question remains to be answered for both normal and malignant tissue: Does tissue spin-lattice and spin-spin relaxation behave the same in the live animal as in the biopsied tissue [27]?

This hypothesis falls to explain why some tissues such as skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle do not show increased water and salt retention in tumor bearing animals. If the triggering of increased water retention is the use of water and salts for the growth of dividing cells, the mechanism does not explain why elevated Tl values in distant organs and blood are not observed in hyperplasias, pregnancy, or regeneration of liver. It may also be important to separate the early stages of cancer growth from the later massive body response to large tumors and necrosis.

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