Improved quantification of absolute and differential pulmonary flow with highly-accelerated 4D-PC MRI


Background Conventional, planar phase-contrast (2D-PC) imaging is the gold standard for non-invasive measurement of blood flow, routinely used in the assessment of structural heart disease by MRI. Nevertheless, at many institutions, nuclear perfusion scintigraphy (NPS) remains necessary for confirmation of differential pulmonary perfusion, but requires an… (More)


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