Effects of microperfusion in hepatic diffusion weighted imaging

@inproceedings{Dijkstra2011EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of microperfusion in hepatic diffusion weighted imaging},
  author={Hildebrand Dijkstra and Paul Baron and Peter Kappert and Matthijs Oudkerk and Paul E. Sijens},
  booktitle={European Radiology},
  year={2011}
}
Clinical hepatic diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) generally relies on mono-exponential diffusion. The aim was to demonstrate that mono-exponential diffusion in the liver is contaminated by microperfusion and that the bi-exponential model is required. Nineteen fasting healthy volunteers were examined with DWI (seven b-values) using fat suppression and respiratory triggering (1.5 T). Five different regions in the liver were analysed regarding the mono-exponentially fitted apparent diffusion… CONTINUE READING
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