Adam Maciak

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Brain perfusion diseases such as acute ischemic stroke are detectable through computed tomography (CT)-/magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-based methods. An alternative approach makes use of ultrasound imaging. In this low-cost bedside method, noise and artifacts degrade the imaging process. Especially stripe artifacts show a similar signal behavior compared(More)
PURPOSE The diagnosis of ischemic stroke relies increasingly on the usage of ultrasound-based methods. One of the recent methods is the transcranial, contrast agent-based Bolus Harmonic Imaging (BHI) method. The captured image sequence is manually examined by clinical experts thus resulting in a time-consuming procedure. The purpose of this study is to(More)
PURPOSE The measurement of the CBF is a non-standardized procedure and there are no reliable gold standards. This abstract shows a capillary-based perfusion-phantom for CE-DSC-MRI. It has equivalent flow properties to those within the tissue capillary system of the human brain and allows the validation of the Siemens Perfusion (MR) software. MATERIALS AND(More)
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