C. H. Meyer

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Introduction There is increasing interest in non-contrast MRA methods because of the risk of NSF in patients with kidney disease [1]. RARE-type sequences are capable of generating contrast between blood and surrounding tissue based on T2 differences, but conventional RARE sequences have a non-zero first moment at the RF pulses and at odd echoes, and are(More)
H. Tan, W. Chen, P. Hu, G. W. Miller, T. A. Altes, J. F. Mata, E. E. de Lange, G. D. Cates, R. F. Lee, C. H. Meyer, and J. P. Mugler III Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, United States, Biomedical Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, United States, now with GE Healthcare, now with Beth Israel Deaconess(More)
Introduction MRI applied to genetically-engineered mice enables noninvasive serial studies of the roles of individual genes in development, normal physiology, and pathophysiology. Cardiac MRI in particular has previously elucidated important roles of specific genes in myocardial structure and function in the normal heart and during left ventricular (LV)(More)
Introduction Atherosclerosis, the precursor to acute events such as myocardial infarction and stroke, is a focal inflammatory disease of the vessel wall believed to be influenced by local hemodynamic forces such as wall shear stress (WSS). Transgenic and knockout mouse models of atherosclerosis facilitate the investigation of the underlying molecular(More)
Spiral k-space scanning is a rapid magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique that can provide an order of magnitude reduction in scan time compared to conventional spin warp techniques. Parallel imaging is another method for reducing scan time that exploits spatially varying radiofrequency (RF) coil sensitivities to reduce the amount of data required to(More)
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