Coronary vessel wall MRI at 3.0 T using Time-Resolved Acquisition of Phase-Sensitive DIR (TRAPD): initial results in patients with risk factors for coronary artery disease


Background Technical challenges still hinder coronary wall imaging for routine clinical utilization. These challenges include image degradation due to aperiodic intrinsic cardiac and chest wall respiratory motions and residual motion due to uncompensated heart-rate variability. The purpose of this study was to 1) develop a time-resolved acquisition of phase… (More)


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