Time-resolved, undersampled projection reconstruction imaging for high-resolution CE-MRA of the distal runoff vessels.

@article{Du2002TimeresolvedUP,
  title={Time-resolved, undersampled projection reconstruction imaging for high-resolution CE-MRA of the distal runoff vessels.},
  author={Jiang Du and Timothy J. Carroll and H. J. Wagner and Karl K. Vigen and Sean B. Fain and Walter F. Block and Frank R. Korosec and Thomas M. Grist and Charles A. Mistretta},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={516-22}
}
Imaging of the blood vessels below the knee using contrast-enhanced (CE) MRI is challenging due to the need to coordinate image acquisition and arrival of the contrast in the targeted vessels. Time-resolved acquisitions have been successful in consistently capturing images of the arterial phase of the bolus of contrast agent in the distal extremities. Although time-resolved exams are robust in this respect, higher spatial resolution for the depiction of tight stenoses and the small vessels in… CONTINUE READING

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