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Prognostic role of radiomics-based body composition analysis for the 1-year survival for hepatocellular carcinoma patients

Autores: Saalfeld, S. (Autor de correspondencia); Kreher, R.; Hille, G.; Niemann, U.; Hinnerichs, M.; Oecal, O.; Schuette, K.; Zech, C. J.; Loewe, C.; van Delden, O.; Vandecaveye, V.; Verslype, C.; Gebauer, B.; Sengel, C.; Bargellini, I.; Iezzi, R.; Berg, T.; Kluempen, H. J.; Benckert, J.; Gasbarrini, A.; Amthauer, H.; Sangro Gómez-Acebo, Bruno Carlos; Malfertheiner, P.; Preim, B.; Ricke, J.; Seidensticker, M.; Pech, M.; Surov, A.
Título de la revista: JOURNAL OF CACHEXIA, SARCOPENIA AND MUSCLE
ISSN: 2190-5991
Volumen: 14
Número: 5
Páginas: 2301 - 2309
Fecha de publicación: 2023
Resumen:
BackgroundParameters of body composition have prognostic potential in patients with oncologic diseases. The aim of the present study was to analyse the prognostic potential of radiomics-based parameters of the skeletal musculature and adipose tissues in patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). MethodsRadiomics features were extracted from a cohort of 297 HCC patients as post hoc sub-study of the SORAMIC randomized controlled trial. Patients were treated with selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) in combination with sorafenib or with sorafenib alone yielding two groups: (1) sorafenib monotherapy (n = 147) and (2) sorafenib and SIRT (n = 150). The main outcome was 1-year survival. Segmentation of muscle tissue and adipose tissue was used to retrieve 881 features. Correlation analysis and feature cleansing yielded 292 features for each patient group and each tissue type. We combined 9 feature selection methods with 10 feature set compositions to build 90 feature sets. We used 11 classifiers to build 990 models. We subdivided the patient groups into a train and validation cohort and a test cohort, that is, one third of the patient groups. ResultsWe used the train and validation set to identify the best feature selection and classification model and applied it to the test set for each patient group. Classification yields for patients who underwent sorafenib monotherapy an accuracy of 75.51% and area under the curve (AUC) of 0.7576 (95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.6376-0.8776). For patients who underwent treatment with SIRT and sorafenib, results are accuracy = 78.00% and AUC = 0.8032 (95% CI: 0.6930-0.9134). ConclusionsParameters of radiomics-based analysis of the skeletal musculature and adipose tissue predict 1-year survival in patients with advanced HCC. The prognostic value of radiomics-based parameters was higher in patients who were treated with SIRT and sorafenib.
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