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Phase contrast cine magnetic resonance imaging.
- N. Pelc, R. Herfkens, A. Shimakawa, D. Enzmann
- Physics, Medicine
- Magnetic resonance quarterly
- 1 October 1991
Phase contrast cine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) combines the flow-dependent contrast of phase contrast MRI with the ability of cardiac cine imaging to produce images throughout the cardiac… Expand
Quantitative magnetic resonance flow imaging.
- N. Pelc, F. G. Sommer, K. Li, T. Brosnan, R. Herfkens, D. Enzmann
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Magnetic resonance quarterly
- 1 September 1994
Time-of-flight and phase shift methods have both been used for vascular imaging with magnetic resonance. Phase methods, and phase contrast in particular, are well suited to quantitative measurements… Expand
The anatomy of the posterior communicating artery as a risk factor for ischemic cerebral infarction.
BACKGROUND After the occlusion of an internal carotid artery the principal source of collateral flow is through the arteries of the circle of Willis, but the size and patency of these arteries are… Expand
Magnetization transfer MR of the normal adult brain.
PURPOSE To establish a normal baseline of the percent magnetization transfer of gray (cortical and deep) and white matter structures in the brain in healthy adults and to determine whether there are… Expand
Brain motion: measurement with phase-contrast MR imaging.
Brain motion during the cardiac cycle was measured prospectively in 10 healthy volunteers by using a phase-contrast cine magnetic resonance (MR) pulse sequence. The major cerebral lobes,… Expand
Cerebrospinal fluid flow measured by phase-contrast cine MR.
PURPOSE This prospective study was designed to establish the temporal and quantitative relationship between blood flow and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow using a phase-contrast cine MR pulse… Expand
Engagement of Fusiform Cortex and Disengagement of Lateral Occipital Cortex in the Acquisition of Radiological Expertise
The human visual pathways that are specialized for object recognition stretch from lateral occipital cortex (LO) to the ventral surface of the temporal lobe, including the fusiform gyrus. Plasticity… Expand
Defining the normal temporomandibular joint: closed-, partially open-, and open-mouth MR imaging of asymptomatic subjects.
Fifty temporomandibular joints (TMJs) in 30 asymptomatic volunteers were imaged with a 1.5-T magnetic resonance (MR) imaging system to determine (a) the normal range of meniscus position, (b) the… Expand
Normal flow patterns of intracranial and spinal cerebrospinal fluid defined with phase-contrast cine MR imaging.
A phase-contrast cine magnetic resonance (MR) imaging technique was used to study normal dynamics of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in 10 healthy volunteers and four patients with normal MR images. This… Expand
Benign versus pathologic compression fractures of vertebral bodies: assessment with conventional spin-echo, chemical-shift, and STIR MR imaging.
Differentiation of benign from pathologic compression fractures of vertebral bodies was evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging in a prospective study of 53 patients. Twenty-six patients had 34… Expand