Spiral tissue phase velocity mapping in a breath-hold with non-cartesian SENSE.

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PURPOSE Tissue phase velocity mapping (TPVM) is capable of reproducibly measuring regional myocardial velocities. However acquisition durations of navigator gated techniques are long and unpredictable while current breath-hold techniques have low temporal resolution. This study presents a spiral TPVM technique which acquires high resolution data within a… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mrm.24971

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@article{Simpson2014SpiralTP, title={Spiral tissue phase velocity mapping in a breath-hold with non-cartesian SENSE.}, author={Robin Simpson and Jennifer Keegan and Peter Gatehouse and Michael M Hansen and David N. Firmin}, journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine}, year={2014}, volume={72 3}, pages={659-68} }