Thomas M. Grist

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Anxiety is a debilitating symptom of many psychiatric disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, mood disorders, schizophrenia, and autism. Anxiety involves changes in both central and peripheral biology, yet extant functional imaging studies have focused exclusively on the brain. Here we show, using functional brain and cardiac imaging in sequential(More)
M agnetic resonance angiography (MRA) has excited the interest of many physicians working in cardiovascular disease because of its ability to noninvasively visualize vascular disease. Its potential to replace conventional x-ray angiography (CA) that uses iodinated contrast has been recognized for many years, and this interest has been stimulated by the(More)
With recent improvement in hardware and software techniques, magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) has undergone significant changes in technique and approach. The advent of 3.0 T magnets has allowed reduction in exogenous contrast dose without compromising overall image quality. The use of novel intravascular contrast agents substantially increases the(More)
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