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Advanced MRI: MR Angiography
Sunday, 2 April 2000

Last updated 24 June 2008

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to
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Discuss the current and future role of MR angiography in the workup of various vascular pathologies;
green.gif (235 bytes)Specify MR angiography protocols to answer specific clinical questions;
green.gif (235 bytes)Apply newly available techniques in a clinically sound and effective manner;
green.gif (235 bytes)Judge the diagnostic performance of MRI techniques in the assessment of disease affecting the small bowel, the colon, the pancreas, and the splanchnic vasculature.

Jorg F. Debatin and Martin R. Prince, Co-Chairs

08:30 Introduction Martin R. Prince
08:40 MRA Without Contrast James G. Pipe
09:10 Technique: Contrast-Enhanced 3D MRA Frank R. Korosec
09:40 Techniques: Flow and Perfusion Stefan Schoenberg
10:10 Break
10:30 Intracerebral MRA Johannes Weber
11:00 MRA of the Carotid Arteries Thomas M. Grist
11:30 MRA of the Great Thoracic Veins James F. M. Meaney
12:00 Break
13:15 MRA of the Aorta (mainly thoracic) Neil Rofsky
13:45 MRA of the Abdominal Aorta and Renal Arteries Jorg F. Debatin
14:15 MRA of the Mesenteric Arteries and Portal System Jochen Gaa
14:45 Break
15:05 MRA of the Peripheral Arteries (1) Kai Yiu Ho
15:30 MRA of the Peripheral Arteries (2) Martin R. Prince
15:50 Pulmonary MRA Piotr Wielopolski
16:20 MRA of the Venous System Stefan G. Ruehm
16:50 MRA of the Coronary Arteries Warren J. Manning
17:20 Conclusion Jorg F. Debatin
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