Breath-held 3D coronary vessel wall imaging with dual-density spiral acquisition and parallel imaging


Background MR coronary wall imaging requires high spatial resolution to detect atherosclerotic plaque. A number of methods have been developed to acquire the necessary resolution with sufficient SNR [1, 2]. However, the scan time of those sequences is usually too long for one breath hold. In that case, navigator and low resolution images are obtained to… (More)


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