High resolution high field rodent cardiac imaging with flow enhancement suppression.

@article{Rose1994HighRH,
  title={High resolution high field rodent cardiac imaging with flow enhancement suppression.},
  author={Stephen E. Rose and Scott J. Wilson and Fernando O. Zelaya and Stuart Crozier and David M. Doddrell},
  journal={Magnetic resonance imaging},
  year={1994},
  volume={12 8},
  pages={
          1183-90
        }
}
A method that incorporates cardiorespiratory-gated 2DFT spin-echo imaging with blood flow enhancement suppression is described which enables high resolution microimaging of the rodent heart. This methodology was applied to obtain in vivo cardiac mouse and rat images with in-plane resolutions of 100-200 microns using high field vertical bore magnet systems. Suppression of intraventricular blood flow enhancement was achieved using a combined spin-echo/gradient-refocussed sequence to dephase… CONTINUE READING

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