[MR-based tridirectional flow imaging. Acquisition and 3D analysis of flows in the thoracic aorta].


Tridirectional MR flow imaging is a novel method that extends the well-established technique of phase-contrast flow measurement by vectorial velocity encoding, i.e., by encoding in all three spatial directions. Modern sequence protocols allow the acquisition of velocity vector fields with high spatial resolutions of 1-3 mm and temporal resolutions of 20-50… (More)


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