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The venous network of the brainstem is complex and significant. Susceptibility-weighted imaging (SWI) is a practical technique which is sensitive to veins, especially tiny veins. Our purpose of this study was to evaluate the visualization of the venous network of brainstem by using SWI at 3.0 T. The occurrence rate of each superficial veins of brainstem was(More)
In the present study, a heart-model-based imaging approach was applied to the rabbit heart, and 3-D cardiac activation sequences were estimated noninvasively from body surface potential maps during in vivo ventricular pacing from different sites. The estimated activation sequences exhibited earliest sites of cardiac activation and patterns of activation(More)
Capsicum annuum, the most widely cultivated species of pepper, is used worldwide for its important nutritional and medicinal values. The construction of an intraspecific high-density genetic linkage map would be of practical value for pepper breeding. However, the numbers of PCR-based simple sequence repeat (SSR) and insertion/deletion (InDel) markers that(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Thalamostriate vein (TSV) is an important tributary of the internal cerebral vein, which mainly drains the basal ganglia and deep medulla. The purpose of this study was to explore the anatomic variation and quality of TSV and its smaller tributaries using susceptibility-weighted imaging (SWI). METHODS We acquired SWI images in 40(More)
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