Ventilation and Perfusion MRI in the Lung

Hall C
Wednesday: 13:30 – 15:30

2178.   Mapping T1 Changes in Oxygen-Enhanced Ventilation Imaging in the Human Lung Using MIR, V.M. Mai, Q. Chen, A.A. Bankier, H. Hatabu and R.R. Edelman, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
2179.   Oxygen-Enhanced Ventilation MR Imaging of the Lung Using ECG-Gated Half-Fourier FSE at 0.5 T, K. Nakamura, S. Kawanami, M. Miyazaki, S. Sugiura, A. Yamamoto, T. Onoda, K. Kumamoto, Y. Matsufuji and
H. Nakata,
University of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Medicine; Toshiba Medical Division, Kyoritsu Hospital; Toshiba Medical Systems Co., LTD. and Toshiba Medical Kyushu Service Co., Japan.
2180.   Strain Mapping Lung Parenchyma During Physiological Deformation Using Spin Inversion Tagging, V.J. Napadow, Q. Chen, V. Mai, A. Bankier, R.J. Gilbert and R. Edelman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA, USA.
2181.   Rapid Xenon Exchange in the Lung: Depolarization of 129Xe in the Blood Induces Gas-Phase Signal Loss, K. Ruppert, J.R. Brookeman, K.D. Hagspiel, B. Driehuys and J.P. Mugler III, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, USA and Nycomed-Amersham Imaging, Durham, NC, USA.
2182.   Correlation of Ventilation/Perfusion Scanning Using Hyperpolarized ³He and Arterial Spin Tagging MRI with Multiple Inert Gas Elimination Technique, R.R. Rizi, D.A. Lipson, D.A. Roberts, J. Baumgardner, M. Aranda, S. Ahn, H.H. Hatabu, B. Marshall, M.D. Schnall and J.S. Leigh, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
2183.   A Single-Acquisition Imaging Strategy in Oxygen-Sensitive ³He-MRI, A.J. Deninger, R. Surkau, B. Eberle, M. Ebert, B. Escat, T. Großmann, G. Hanisch, K. Markstaller and E. Otten, University of Mainz, Mainz, Germany.
2184.   Diffusion Imaging of Hyperpolarised Helium-3 in the Human Lung, with CPMG Sequences at 0.1 T, E. Durand, G. Guillot, L. Darrasse, G. Tastevin and P.J. Nacher, U2R2M Orsay, France and Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel, Paris, France.
2185.   SNR Analysis of Orthogonal Encoding Methods for Hyperpolarized Noble Gas MRI, L. Zhao, A.K. Venkatesh, M.S. Albert and L.P. Panych, Brigham & Women Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
2186.   In Vivo Imaging of Encapsulated Laser-Polarized Helium 3, V. Callot, J. Brochot, E. Canet, H. Humblot, M. Viallon, A. Briguet, H. Tournier and Y. Crémillieux, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1-CPE, Villeurbanne, France; Hôpital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon, France; Bracco Research, Geneva, Switzerland and Institut Laüe-Langevin, Grenoble, France.
2187.   Intermolecular Dipole-Dipole Relaxation of 129Xe Dissolved in Water: Implications for Spin Polarization-Induced NOE in the Lungs, I.E. Dimitrov, R. Reddy and J.S. Leigh, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
2188.   Optical Flow Imaging of Rat Lung Dynamics Using Hyperpolarized Noble Gas MRI, L. Zhao, A.K. Venkatesh, G.P. Zientara, F.A. Jolesz, M.S. Albert and L.P. Panych, Brigham & Women Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
2189.   In Vivo MRI at 0.015 Tesla Using Hyperpolarized Xenon, A.K. Venkatesh, L.V. Kubatina, A.X. Zhang, C-H. Oh, D. Balamore, F.A. Jolesz and M.S. Albert, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA; Korea University, Seoul, Korea and Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY, USA.
2190.   Using 129Xe Gas Exchange Measurements to Determine Surface Area to Volume Ratios in Porous Media, R.W. Mair, S. Patz, J.P. Butler, D. Hoffmann, G.P. Topulos and R.L. Walsworth, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA, USA and Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA.
2191.   19F-MRI of Perflubron for Quantitative Imaging of Oxygen Tension During Partial Liquid Ventilation, S. Laukemper-Ostendorf, W.G. Schreiber, K. Bürger, A. Scholz, K. Markstaller, B. Eberle, N. Weiler, M. Quintel, W. Dick and M. Thelen, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany and University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany.

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