Sequential magnetic resonance monitoring of pulmonary flow with endovascular stents placed across the pulmonary valve in growing Swine.

@article{Khne2001SequentialMR,
  title={Sequential magnetic resonance monitoring of pulmonary flow with endovascular stents placed across the pulmonary valve in growing Swine.},
  author={Titus K{\"u}hne and Maythem Saeed and G Chenna Krishna Reddy and Hadi Akbari and Kelly A Gleason and Daniel Turner and David F. Teitel and Phillip Moore and Charles Higgins},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2001},
  volume={104 19},
  pages={2363-8}
}
BACKGROUND Patients with endovascular stent implantation for the treatment of right ventricular outflow tract obstruction are often left with incomplete relief of the obstruction and significant pulmonary regurgitation. A noninvasive and reproducible method for monitoring such patients is desirable. MRI in the presence of a stent, however, has to overcome the problem of potential metallic artifacts. METHODS AND RESULTS Under x-ray fluoroscopic guidance, endovascular nitinol stents were placed… CONTINUE READING
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