MR Angiography
George Bongartz, Jorg F. Debatin, and Martin R. Prince, Organizers
Sunday, 22 April 2001

Last updated 20 January 2009

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to
Explain the current and potential role of MRA in the work-up of vascular diseases;
Select MR angiography protocols to answer specific clinical questions;
Apply new techniques in a clinically sound and effective manner;
Reconstruct and interpret MRA data;
Describe common MRA artifacts and diagnostic pitfalls.
08:30 Introduction Martin R. Prince
08:40 MRA Without Contrast Gerhard Laub
09:10 Contrast MRA: General Principles Georg Bongartz
09:40 Flow and Perfusion Stefan Schoenberg
10:10 Break
10:30 Intracranial MRA Johannes A. Weber
11:00 Carotid MRA Thomas M. Grist
11:30 Total Body MRA Jorg F. Debatin
12:00 Break
13:30 Thoracic Aorta Neil M. Rofsky
14:00 Abdominal Aorta and Renal MRA Martin R. Prince
14:30 Mesenteric Arteries and Portal V Jochan A. Gaa
15:00 Break
15:20 Peripheral Arteries James F. M. Meaney
15:50 Pulmonary Piotr Wielopolski
16:20 MR Venography Stefan Ruehm
16:50 Coronaries Andre Duerinckx
17:20 Conclusion George Bongartz
17:30 Adjournment