Peripheral MR angiography: separation of arteries from veins with flow-spoiled gradient pulses in electrocardiography-triggered three-dimensional half-Fourier fast spin-echo imaging.

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The authors evaluated a nonenhanced magnetic resonance (MR) angiographic technique that allows separation of arteries from veins. In 15 healthy subjects, peripheral MR angiography was performed with readout flow-spoiled gradient pulses in electrocardiography-triggered three-dimensional half-Fourier fast spin-echo MR imaging. Appropriate flow-spoiled… (More)

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@article{Miyazaki2003PeripheralMA, title={Peripheral MR angiography: separation of arteries from veins with flow-spoiled gradient pulses in electrocardiography-triggered three-dimensional half-Fourier fast spin-echo imaging.}, author={Mitsue Miyazaki and Hiroshi Takai and Satoshi Sugiura and Hirofumi Wada and R. Kuwahara and Joji Urata}, journal={Radiology}, year={2003}, volume={227 3}, pages={890-6} }