In vivo perfusion measurements in the human placenta using echo planar imaging at 0.5 T.

@article{Gowland1998InVP,
  title={In vivo perfusion measurements in the human placenta using echo planar imaging at 0.5 T.},
  author={Penny A. Gowland and Sue T Francis and Keith R Duncan and A D GASCOIGNE G J GIBSON Freeman and Bashar Issa and Rachel J Moore and R. W. Bowtell and Philip N. Baker and Ian R Johnson and Brian S Worthington},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={1998},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={467-73}
}
This paper presents the first in vivo measurements of perfusion in the human placenta from 20 weeks gestational age until term, using the non-selective/selective inversion recovery echo-planar imaging sequence, in which data is alternately acquired following a selective and non-selective inversion pulse. Twenty pairs of images were collected, two each at the following inversion times: 20, 310, 610, 910, 1110, 1410, 1910, 2810, 3310, and 4510 ms with the sequence being repeated with a repetition… CONTINUE READING

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