The use of gradient flow compensation to separate diffusion and microcirculatory flow in MRI.

@article{Maki1991TheUO,
  title={The use of gradient flow compensation to separate diffusion and microcirculatory flow in MRI.},
  author={Jeffrey H Maki and James R. MacFall and G. Allan Johnson},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={1991},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          95-107
        }
}
  • Jeffrey H Maki, James R. MacFall, G. Allan Johnson
  • Published in
    Magnetic resonance in…
    1991
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • This paper describes a new MR imaging technique termed Modified Stejskal Tanner versus Flow Compensation (MST/FC) for the separation of diffusion and microcirculatory flow. The theory behind the sequence is explained, along with a five-component model of microcirculation applicable to any "perfusion" imaging technique. Phantom data is presented showing that (1) diffusion effects can be matched between MST and FC (suggesting the possibility of flow-compensated diffusion imaging), and (2) the… CONTINUE READING

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