Single breath-hold magnetic resonance cine imaging for fast assessment of global and regional left ventricular function in clinical routine

@article{Nassenstein2010SingleBM,
  title={Single breath-hold magnetic resonance cine imaging for fast assessment of global and regional left ventricular function in clinical routine},
  author={Kai Nassenstein and Holger C. Eberle and Stefan Maderwald and Christoph J. Jensen and Christina Heilmaier and Thomas Wilfried Schlosser and Oliver Bruder},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={2341-2347}
}
To evaluate a TGRAPPA (temporal parallel acquisition technique)-accelerated, single breath-hold multi-slice cine imaging approach for the assessment of left ventricular (LV) function. One hundred eleven patients were examined at 1.5 T. Cine imaging was performed with single-slice breath-hold acquisitions in short-axis orientation using a SSFP (TR 2.63 ms, TE 1.12 ms, FA 72°) sequence and a TGRAPPA SSFP (TR 2.66 ms, TE 1.11 ms, FA 72°, AF 3) sequence, which covered the entire LV in multiple… CONTINUE READING

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