Two-dimensional magnetic resonance digital subtraction angiography using array spatial sensitivity encoding techniques in the assessment of intracranial hemodynamics.

@article{Mori2002TwodimensionalMR,
  title={Two-dimensional magnetic resonance digital subtraction angiography using array spatial sensitivity encoding techniques in the assessment of intracranial hemodynamics.},
  author={Harushi Mori and Shigeki Aoki and Tomohiko Masumoto and Takeharu Yoshikawa and M. Tago and Masahiro Shin and Kuni Ohtomo and Hiroyuki Kabasawa},
  journal={Radiation medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={223-9}
}
OBJECTIVE Array spatial sensitivity encoding techniques (ASSET) were employed to improve the temporal resolution of two-dimensional (2D) thick-slice contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance digital subtraction angiography (MRDSA). METHODS 2D MRDSA using ASSET was performed in 28 patients via fast spoiled gradient-echo sequence (TR/TE 5.4/1.5 ms; FA 60; FOV 24x24 cm; matrix size 256x256; slicethickness 50-70 mm), followed by a bolus injection of gadolinium chelate and subsequent saline flush, for… CONTINUE READING
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