Measuring aortic pulse wave velocity using high-field cardiovascular magnetic resonance: comparison of techniques

@inproceedings{Ibrahim2010MeasuringAP,
  title={Measuring aortic pulse wave velocity using high-field cardiovascular magnetic resonance: comparison of techniques},
  author={El-Sayed H. Ibrahim and Kevin Robert Johnson and Alan Scott Boulder Miller and Jean M Shaffer and Richard D. White},
  booktitle={Journal of cardiovascular magnetic resonance : official journal of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance},
  year={2010}
}
BackgroundThe assessment of arterial stiffness is increasingly used for evaluating patients with different cardiovascular diseases as the mechanical properties of major arteries are often altered. Aortic stiffness can be noninvasively estimated by measuring pulse wave velocity (PWV). Several methods have been proposed for measuring PWV using velocity-encoded cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR), including transit-time (TT), flow-area (QA), and cross-correlation (XC) methods. However… CONTINUE READING
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