MR Angiography: Technique Optimization

Hall C
Thursday: 13:30 – 15:30

Chairs: Michael V. Knopp and Michael Bock

13:30   688.  Clinical Evaluation of 75 Patients With Aortic Disease Using Contrast-Enhanced MRA and
Non-Contrast-Enhanced MRA with ECG-gated 3D half-Fourier FSE,
J. Urata, H. Wada, M. Miyazaki, T. Nakaura, Y. Yamashita and M. Takahashi, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan; Toshiba Medical Systems Division, Tochigi, Japan and Kumamoto University School of Medicine, Kumamoto, Japan.
13:34   689.  Quantitative Evaluation of Peripheral MRA in 139 Consecutive Patients Using Bolus Chase 3D MRDSA Combined with 2D MRDSA, Y. Wang, P.A. Winchester, N.M. Khilnani, R. Watts, E. Vidan and M.R. Prince, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.
13:38   690.  Multiphase-Multistep 3D Gadolinium-Enhanced MRA of the Abdominal Aorta and Run-Off Vessels, S.O. Schoenberg, F. Londy, P. Licato, D. Williams, T. Wakefield and T.L. Chenevert, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; German Cancer Research Center (dkfz), Heidelberg, Germany and General Electric Medical Systems, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
13:42   691.  Peripheral MRA with Flexible Choice of Imaging Parameters for Each Station, T. Leiner, K. Yiu, J.A.M. Ho, P.J. Nelemans and J.M.A. van Engelshoven, Academic Hospital Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
13:46   692.  Blood-Flow-Velocity-Dependent Method with 3-Phase Infusion of Reduced-Dose Gadolinium in Moving-Table 3D MR Angiography, M. Kita, Y. Mitani, H. Tanihata, M. Sato, O. Takizawa and G. Laub, Seichokai Fuchu Hospital, Osaka, Japan; Wakayama Medical College, Wakayama, Japan; Siemens-Asahi Medical Technologies Ltd., Tokyo, Japan and Siemens Medical Systems Inc, Chicago, IL, USA.
13:50   693.  Estimation of Cross Sectional Accuracy as a Function of Resolution, Signal-to-Noise and Vessel Diameter, W. Kong and E.M. Haacke, Washington University and The MRI Institute for Biomedical Research, St. Louis, MO, USA.
13:54   694.  Characterization of Structural and Functional Variability in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, W.J. Rogers, N. Reichek and R.E. Pyeritz, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
13:58   695.  Gadolinium-Enhanced 3D Renal MRA: Paired Comparison of Bolus-Timing-Independent Fast Multiphase Acquistion with Standard Bolus-Timed 3D MRA in 20 Subjects, G.B.C. Vasbinder, D.W. Kaandorp, K.Y. Ho, M.W. De Haan and J.M.A. van Engelshoven, University Hospital Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
14:02   696.  Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced MRA with Undersampled Projection Trajectories and Vessel Segmentation, K.K. Vigen, Y. Mazaheri, T.M. Grist, W.F. Block, F.R. Korosec and C.A. Mistretta, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
14:06   697.  A New Way to Perform 3D Time-Resolved Angiography, B. Madore and N.J. Pelc, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA.
14:10   698.  A Comparison of Cardiac-Synchronized and Unsynchronized Gadolinium-enhanced
Three-dimensional Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Thoracic Aorta,
J.W. Goldfarb, A.E. Holland, F.M.J. Heijstraten, S. Skotnicki and J.O. Barentsz, University Hospital Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
14:14   699.  Anatomically Tailored K-Space Sampling for Bolus-Chase 3D MR Digital Subtraction Angiography, R. Watts, Y. Wang, M.R. Prince and P.A. Winchester, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.

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