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Clinical recommendations for cardiovascular magnetic resonance mapping of T1, T2, T2* and extracellular volume: A consensus statement by the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR)…
- D. Messroghli, J. Moon, +12 authors M. Friedrich
- MedicineJournal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
- 9 October 2017
This document provides a summary of the existing evidence for the clinical value of parametric mapping in the heart as of mid 2017, and gives recommendations for practical use in different clinical scenarios for scientists, clinicians, and CMR manufacturers.
Selective In Vivo Visualization of Immune-Cell Infiltration in a Mouse Model of Autoimmune Myocarditis by Fluorine-19 Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
- Ruud B. van Heeswijk, Jonathan de Blois, +5 authors J. Schwitter
- MedicineCirculation. Cardiovascular imaging
- 1 March 2013
In vivo 19F-CMR was successfully used to visualize the inflammation specifically and robustly in experimental autoimmune myocarditis, and thus allowed for an unprecedented insight into the involvement of inflammatory cells in the disease process.
Free-breathing 3 T magnetic resonance T2-mapping of the heart.
- Ruud B. van Heeswijk, H. Feliciano, +6 authors M. Stuber
- MedicineJACC. Cardiovascular imaging
- 1 December 2012
The new, well-characterized 3 T methodology enables robust and accurate cardiac T(2)-mapping at 3 T with high spatial resolution, while the addition of a reference phantom improves reproducibility and may be well suited for longitudinal studies in patients with suspected or established heart disease.
Free‐running 4D whole‐heart self‐navigated golden angle MRI: Initial results
To test the hypothesis that both coronary anatomy and ventricular function can be assessed simultaneously using a single four‐dimensional (4D) acquisition.
Non‐invasive quantification of brain glycogen absolute concentration
- F. Morgenthaler, Ruud B. van Heeswijk, +4 authors R. Gruetter
- Biology, MedicineJournal of neurochemistry
- 1 December 2008
Glycogen concentration measured in vivo by 13C NMR was in excellent agreement with that in vitro and the stability of glycogen concentration was analogous to previous biochemical measurements implying that glycogen turnover is activated by insulin.
Fluorine-19 Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Mouse
- Ruud B. van Heeswijk, Y. Pilloud, U. Flögel, J. Schwitter, M. Stuber
- Chemistry, MedicinePloS one
- 27 July 2012
F magnetic resonance angiography of intravenously administered perfluorocarbon emulsions is feasible for a selective and exclusive visualization of the vasculature in vivo.
Relaxivity of liposomal paramagnetic MRI contrast agents
- G. Strijkers, W. Mulder, +4 authors K. Nicolay
- Chemistry, MedicineMagnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology…
- 9 September 2005
Results show that these paramagnetic liposomes are very effective contrast agents, making them excellent candidates for many applications in magnetic resonance imaging.
MR evaluation of the glomerular homing of magnetically labeled mesenchymal stem cells in a rat model of nephropathy.
Intravenously injected superparamagnetic iron oxide-labeled MSCs specifically home to focal areas of glomerular damage and can be detected at ex vivo MR imaging are detected.
Serial in vivo MR tracking of magnetically labeled neural spheres transplanted in chronic EAE mice
- T. Ben-Hur, Ruud B. van Heeswijk, +6 authors J. Bulte
- Biology, MedicineMagnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 January 2007
For the first time, hESC‐derived neural precursors also respond to tissue signals in an MS model, similarly to rodent cells, directly relevant for designing and optimizing cell therapies for MS, and achieving a better understanding of in vivo cell dynamics and cell–tissue interactions.
Fluorine MR Imaging of Inflammation in Atherosclerotic Plaque in Vivo.
F MR imaging allows the noninvasive in vivo detection of inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques in a mouse model of atherosclerosis and opens up new avenues for both the early detection of vulnerable atheros sclerosis and the elucidation of inflammation mechanisms in Atherosclerosis.