Masanori Oosugi

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The advantage of the higher signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 3-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging (3-Tesla) has the possibility of contributing to the improvement of high spatial resolution without causing image deterioration. In this study, we compared SNR and the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) value with 3-Tesla as the condition in the(More)
Pulmonary artery flow velocity, flow volume and their derived biomarkers, such as acceleration time (AT), acceleration volume (AV) and peak velocity (PV), vary depending on the severity and type of pulmonary disease. Therefore, accurate measurements of pulmonary artery velocity are very important for assessing the severity of pulmonary disease. The purpose(More)
A high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) can be obtained in three-Tesla (3T) MRI, and it is possible to use it to shorten imaging time and improve spatial resolution. However, reports of its disadvantages have been increasing. We attempted to describe a high-resolution evaluation image that made the best use of a decrease in SAR and high SNR by using the LAVA(More)
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