MR angiography of run-off vessels

@article{Ho1999MRAO,
  title={MR angiography of run-off vessels},
  author={Kai Yiu J. A. M. Ho and Tim Leiner and J. M. A. van Engelshoven},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={1285-1289}
}
Magnetic resonance angiography has taken a huge step forward since the introduction of contrast-enhanced MR angiography using gadolinium chelates. The more conventional MR angiographic techniques, such as time-of-flight and phase-contrast MR angiography, have been ousted by contrast-enhanced MR angiography in most vascular areas. However, in imaging the lower extremities, the major obstacle is the length of the vascular tree. In order to cover the entire peripheral vasculature, at least two to… CONTINUE READING

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