Interleaved gradient echo planar (IGEPI) and phase contrast CINE-PC flow measurements in the renal artery.

@article{Bock1998InterleavedGE,
  title={Interleaved gradient echo planar (IGEPI) and phase contrast CINE-PC flow measurements in the renal artery.},
  author={Michael Bock and Stefan O. Schoenberg and Lothar R. Schad and Michael V. Knopp and Marco Essig and Gerhard van Kaick},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI},
  year={1998},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          889-95
        }
}
ECG-gated phase contrast (CINE-PC) flow measurements in the renal artery help to differentiate between low- and high-grade stenoses. Because conventional CINE-PC acquisitions with high temporal resolution require acquisition times of several minutes, respiratory motion results in a systematic overestimation of renal artery flow. With the use of an interleaved gradient echo-planar technique (IGEPI), total measurement times can be shortened to about 30 seconds, while a high spatial and temporal… CONTINUE READING

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