Clinical significance of the flow gap in carotid magnetic resonance angiography.

Abstract

Magnetic resonance (MR) angiography offers a safe, noninvasive alternative to conventional angiography in patients with suspected carotid stenosis; however, it tends to overestimate the severity of stenosis. Loss of the MR signal with a resulting flow gap is a frequent finding in cases of high-grade stenosis. The authors undertook this study to define the… (More)

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