MRS:  High Field & Spectral Editing
Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00



Time          Prog#    Computer #

14:00         2922         1                                 1H-MR Spectroscopy at 7.0 T and intra-individual Comparison
to 3.0 T and 1.5 T
- not available

Frank Traeber1, John Duraj2, Juergen Gieseke2, Frank Hoogenraad2, Christiane Kuhl1, Christoph Manka1, Carsten Meyer1, Lukas Scheef1, Michael Thompson2, Hans Schild1
University of Bonn, 2Philips Medical Systems

14:00         2923         2                                 Reproducibility of Short Echo Time MRSI of the Human Brain at 3T using a semi-LASER Approach.

Jannie Wijnen1, Dennis Klomp1, Tom Scheenen1, Arend Heerschap1
1Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen


14:00         2924         3                                 In Vitro and In Vivo Relaxation Times of N-acetylaspartate, Creatine and Choline at 4.7T and 7T

Cristina Cudalbu1, Adrian Rengle1, Adriana Bucur1, Olivier Beuf1, Sophie Cavassila1
CNRS UMR 5012, Laboratoire RMN-MIB,  ESCPE Lyon


14:00         2925         4                                 Chemical-Shift Artifact Reduction in Hadamard-Encoded MR Spectroscopic Imaging at High (3 and 7 T) Magnetic Fields

Songtao Liu1, Gadi Goelman2, Roman Fleysher1, Lazar Fleysher1, Robert Grossman1, Oded Gonen1
New York University School of Medicine, 2Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center


14:30         2926         1                                 First Results of Proton Decoupled and NOE enhanced 31P MRSI of the Human Brain at 3T Exhibit Correlations with Age

Tim Wokrina1, Nuran Tunc-Skarka1, Marco Ulrich1, Matthias Ruf1, Gabriele Ende1
Central Institute of Mental Health


14:30         2927         2                                 Scan time reduction and selective maximization of three metabolites of interest with 31P LFA-MRS in human brain at 3T

Rose-Ann Blenman1, John Port1
Mayo Clinic


14:30         2928         3                                 EPSI Sampling Strategies for Spectroscopic Imaging of Sparse Spectra: Applications for Hyperpolarized 13C imaging

Yi-Fen Yen1, Albert Chen2, Matthew Zierhut2, Rober Bok2, Vickie Zhang2, Mark Albers2, Jim Tropp1, Sarah Nelson2, Daniel Vigneron2, John Kurhanewicz2, Ralph Hurd1
GE Healthcare, 2University of California


14:30         2929         4                                 Implementation of Localized Two-Dimensional  Homonuclear Correlated MR Spectroscopy (L-COSY) Sequence for Prostate Study at 7T

Hui Liu1, Hyun-Man Baik1, Mark Hamamura1, Jeon-Hor Chen1, Ming-Ying Su1, Tugan Muftuler1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California, Irvine


15:00         2930         1                                 2D J-resolved spectroscopy at 7T

Anke Henning1, Thomas Lange1, Peter Boesiger1
1University and ETH Zurich


15:00         2931         2                                 Spatial interference in localized J-difference GABA editing

Lana Kaiser1, Karl Young2, Gerald Matson2
NCIRE, 2UC San Francisco


15:00         2932         3                                 A Four-Pulse PRESS Sequence for Correction of the Chemical Shift Misregistration Signal Loss in Lactate Spectroscopy

Shiloh Sison1, Michael Buonocore1, Richard Maddock1
UC Davis Imaging Research Center


15:00         2933         4                                 A New Spectral Editing MRS Sequence for Lactate and GABA Using a Unique Basing Pulse Combination for Coupled-Spin Inversion at long TE

Michael Buonocore1, Shiloh Sison1, Richard Maddock1
UC Davis Imaging Research Center


15:30         2934         1                                 1H NMR Spectroscopy with Selective Resonance Suppression Using Asymmetric Adiabatic RF Pulses  - not available

Lijing Xin1, Vladimír Mlynárik1, Hanne Frenkel1, Rolf Gruetter1
Laboratory of Functional and Metabolic Imaging (LIFMET), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne


15:30         2935         2                                 Removal of Artifacts Arising from Stimulated Echoes in Proton Two-Dimensional Double-Quantum Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Zhiyue Wang1, Robert Thornton1
Texas Children's Hospital


15:30         2936         3                                 J coupling effects on signal modulation at very high fields

Giulio Gambarota1, Lijing Xin1, Vladimír Mlynárik1, Rolf Gruetter1
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne


15:30         2937         4                                 Motion Artifact Removal in J-Difference Editing -- Is Phase Correction of Individual Acquisitions Enough?

Pallab Bhattacharyya1, Mark Brown2, Mark Lowe1, Micheal Phillips1
Cleveland Clinic, 2Siemens Medical Solutions


Breast Cancer Detection & Response Prediction & Assessment
Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00



14:00      2938         5                                 Comparison of MR Imaging Features between Estrogen Receptor Positive and Negative Breast Cancers

Jeon-Hor Chen1, Min-Ying Su1, Hyun-Man Baik1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University of California Irvine


14:00      2939         6                                 High-spatial-resolution bilateral contrast-enhanced breast MRI at 3.0T: Preoperative staging of patients diagnosed with invasive lobular cancer

Annemarie Schmitz1, Carla Meeuwis1, Willem Mali1, Wouter Veldhuis1, Richard van Hillegersberg1, M Schipper1, Maurice van den Bosch2
1University Medical Center Utrecht, 2Radiological Sciences Laboratory


14:00      2940         7                                 Comparison of MR Lesion Morphology and Contrast Enhancement Kinetics in Patients with Recurrent Breast Cancer and Non-recurrent Lymph Node Positive vs. Negative Breast Cancer

Shadfar Bahri1, Min-Ying Su1, Hon Yu1, Aida Kuzucan1, Jeon-Hor Chen1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California


14:00      2941         8                                 Evaluating Dose Timing Effects of Gefitinib (an EGFR Inhibitor) in a Breast Cancer Model using ADC and T1

Sheye  Aliu1, Lisa Wilmes2, Mark Moasser2, Byron Hann2, Donhgui Wang2, Ka-loh Li2, Nola Hylton2
UCSF/UC Berkeley, 2UCSF


14:30      2942         5                                 Identification of breast carcinoma in dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE MRI) by Independent Component Analysis (ICA) - Initial Results - not available 

Tong Koh1, Choon Thng2, Juliana Ho2, Boon Ching2, Swee Quek2, Jill Wong2, Yoke Fan2, Puay Tan3, Helmut Rumpel3, James Khoo2
Nanyang Technological University, 2National Cancer Centre, Singapore, 3Singapore General Hospital


14:30      2943         6                                 MRI Monitoring of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Response in Breast Cancer Using an Aggressive Treatment Protocol: Doxorubicin-Cyclophosphamide Followed by Taxane + Carboplatin ± Trastuzumab/ Bevacizumab Regimen

Min-Ying Su1, Jeon-Hor Chen1, Hon Yu1, Garima Agrawal1, David Hsiang2, Rita Mehta2, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California, 2Univ. of California


14:30      2944         7                                 Comparative Analysis of Morphological MR Imaging Features in Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (HER-2/neu Receptor) Positive and Negative Invasive Ductal Carcinoma

Garima Agrawal1, Jeon-Hor Chen2, Hon J. Yu1, D.J-B. Hsiang3, Rita S. Mehta4, Orhan Nalcioglu1, Min-Ying Su1
Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University of California Irvine, 2Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University  of California Irvine, 3Deparrtment of Surgery, University of California Irvine, <su


14:30      2945         8                                 Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI for breast cancer detection

Matthias Schabel1, Glen Morrell1
University of Utah


15:00      2946         5                                 Comparison of MRI Features between Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, Invasive Ductal Carcinoma with Lobular Involvement and Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma

Jeon-Hor Chen1, Hui Liu2, Min-Ying Su2, Orhan Nalcioglu2
1Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University  of California Irvine, 2Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University of California Irvine


15:00      2947         6                                 A demonstration of the feasibility of DSC in evaluating breast tumor blood volume

Melissa Wagner Schuman1, Devyani Bedekar1, Eric Paulson1, Quiana Kern1, Doug Prah1, Kathleen Schmainda1
Medical College of Wisconsin


15:00      2948         7                                 Monitoring of therapeutic response of tumor in locally advanced breast cancer by diffusion weighted MRI

Uma Sharma1, K Danishad1, V Seenu1, N Jagannathan1
All India Institute of Medical Sciences


15:00      2949         8                                 Quantitative Diffusion Weighted Imaging of nonpalpable breast lesions at 3T

Nicky Peters1, Lambertus Bartels1, Koen Vincken1, Willem Mali1, Peter Luijten1
1University Medical Center Utrecht


15:30      2950         5                                 Comparison of Micro-Architectural Differences between the Breast Harboring Cancer and the Normal Contralateral Breast

Jeon-Hor Chen1, Ke Nie2, Orhan Nalcioglu2, Min-Ying Su2
Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University  of California Irvine, 2Tu & Yuen Center for Functional Onco-Imaging, University of California Irvine


15:30      2951         6                                 Comparison of Choline and Pharmacokinetic Parameters in Breast Cancer Measured by MR Spectroscopic Imaging and Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI

Min-Ying Su1, Hyun-Man Baik1, Hon Yu1, Jeon-Hor Chen1, Rita Mehta1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California


15:30      2952         7                                 Choline Metabolism in Breast Cancer; The Influence of the Microenvironmental conditions - not available

Galit Eliyahu1, Nimrod Maril1, Raanan Margalit1, Hadassa Degani1
Weizmann Institute of Science


15:30      2953         8                                 MR LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY OF THE AXILLA WITH SPIO, IN PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER - not available

Evangelia Panourgias1, Andreas Koureas2, Vasileios Venizelos1, Christi Kalamara1, Margarita Natsika1, Demetrios Schizas1, Yannis Katsimelis1, Georgia Panagi3, Grigorios Kotoulas1
Euroclinic, 2Areteion University Hospital of Athens, 3Skylitseion Hospital of Chios


Hepatobiliary and Metastatic Cancer Assessment

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00



14:00      2954         9                                 Triple Arterial Phase Dynamic MR Imaging of the Whole Liver for Detection of Small Hypervascular Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Preliminary Study Using LAVA at 3-T

Xiao-ying Wang1, Hua Wang1, Xue-xiang Jiang1
1Peking University First Hospital


14:00      2955         10                               T1 mapping in childhood abdominal tumours

Iosif Mendichovszky1, Øystein Olsen2
UCL Institute of Child Health, 2Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust


14:00      2956         11                               Serial cellular changes after TACE as detected by perfusion and diffusion-weighted MR imaging in patients with unresectable HCC

Ihab Kamel1, Eleni Liapi1, Diane Reyes1, David Bluemke1, Jean-Francois Geschwind1
Johns Hopkins Hospital


14:00      2957         12                               High b-value diffusion-weighted MR images of biliary tumors and tumor-like lesions

Mayumi Takeuchi1, Kenji Matsuzaki1, Hitoshi Kubo1, Masafumi Harada1, Hiromu Nishitani1
University of Tokushima


14:30      2958         9                                 Role of functional MR imaging is assessing treatment response to transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) in patients with hepatic metastatses.

Ihab Kamel1, Manon Buijs1, Josephina Vossen1, Christos Georgiades1, Kelvin Hong1, Jean-Francois Geschwind1
Johns Hopkins Hospital


14:30      2959         10                               Transcatheter Intraarterial First-Pass Perfusion (TRIP)-MRI Monitoring of Chemoembolization

Andrew Larson1, Dingxin Wang1, Bassel Atassi1, Kent Sato1, Robert Ryu1, Frank Miller1, Mary Mulcahy1, Laura Kulik1, Riad Salem1, Reed Omary1
Northwestern University


14:30      2960         11                               Changes in metabolic profile of colorectal cancer undergoing chemoradiation therapy assessed by high-resolution magic angle spinning spectroscopy

Therese Seierstad1, Beathe Sitter2, Knut Hole1, Tone Bathen2, Anne Ree1, Kjersti Flatmark1, Dag Olsen1, Ingrid Gribbestad2
Rikshospitalet-Radiumhospitalet Medical Center, 2Norwegian Institue of Science and Technology (NTNU)


14:30      2961         12                               Development of An Inguinal Lymph Node Clinical Target Volume with Ferumoxtran-10 Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Precision Radiotherapy Treatment

Rob Dinniwell1, Philip Chan1, Michael Milosevic1
Princess Margaret Hospital


15:00      2962         9                                 Parallel Imaging for Diffusion-Weighted MR Imaging in Gastric Cancer: A Comparative Study

Lei Tang1, Xiao Zhang1, Ying Sun1, Kun Cao1
1Peking University School of Oncology & Beijing Cancer Hospital


15:00      2963         10                               Effect of superparamagnetic iron oxide on high-b-value diffusion-weighted imaging for evaluation of focal hepatic lesions - not available

Hiroki Haradome1, Akihisa Nakamura1, Takashi Honda1, Toshiaki Nitatori1
Kyorin University School of Medicine


15:00      2964         11                               Magnetic Resonance Imaging characteristics of Hepatocellular carcinoma after High-intensity focused ultrasound ablation

Seung  Jung1, Sung Rha2, Jae Lee1
St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, 2Kangnam St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea


15:00      2965         12                               Accuracy of MR Imaging for the Detection of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Patients with Cirrhosis: Correlation with the Whole Explanted Liver - not available

Sung Eun Rha1, Hero  Hussain1, Saroja Adusumilli1, William Weadock1, Barbara McKenna1, Jorge Marrero1
University of Michigan


15:30      2966         9                                 Role of Diffusion-weighted MR Imaging in comparison with PET/CT Imaging for Lymph Node Detection of the Abdomen and Pelvis

Hitoshi Kubo1, Masafumi Harada1, Mitsugu Okagawa1, Hiromu Nishitani1
University of Tokushima


15:30      2967         10                               The application of Diffusion Weighted Whole Body Imaging with Background Body Signal Suppression (DWIBS) in lung malignancies  pre- and post-treatment with CT-guided Ar-he cryoablation

ming yin1, ming yin1
coal general hospital


15:30      2968         11                               Prescan optimization for Whole Body Diffusion Weighted Imaging.

Fei Sun1, Shuo Li2, Huadan Xue2, Guang Cao1, Zhengyu Jin2
GE Healthcare China, 2PUMC Hospital


15:30      2969         12                               Differentiation diognosis of central lung tumor from postobstructive lobar collapse or postobstructive pneumonitis by magnetic resonance imaging: a companion with CT

li Qi1, xiao Zhang1, kun Cao1, Ying Sun1, Lei Tang1, Jie Li1
1Peking University School of Oncology &Beijing Cancer Hospital


Measuring Tumor Vascular Properties - Laboratory to Clinic

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      2970         13                               Avastin is Effective in Reducing rCBV in Fast Growing Human Tumor Xenografts - not available

Francisca Wu-Zimmer1, Kathleen Schmainda1, Douglas Prah1, Shekar Kurpad1
Medical College of Wisconsin


14:00      2971         14                               Vascular tumor response to synchrotron microbeam radiation therapy. A short term in vivo study. - not available

Raphael Serduc1, Thomas Christen1, Jean Laissue2, Régine Farion1, Christoph Segebarth1, Boudewijn van der Sanden1, Elke Brauer3, Alberto Bravin3, Géraldine Leduc3, Chantal Rémy1, Emmanuel Barbier1
INSERM U 594, 2Institute of pathology, 3ESRF


14:00      2972         15                               Time-intensity curve (TIC) of rectal lesions on dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI at 3T

Xiaoming Zhang1, Xiangxing Ma2, Dexin Yu2, Honglei Zhang1, Chuanfu Li2
Weill Medical College of Cornell University, 2Qilu Hospital of Shandong University


14:00      2973         16                               Evaluated angiogenesis and its maturation in hepatocellular carcinoma by using diffusion-weighted imaging at 3.0 Tesla

De-xin Yu1, Chuan-fu Li1, Xiang-xing Ma1, Xiao-ming Zhang1, Jinyong Zheng1
Qilu Hospital of Shandong University


14:30      2974         13                               Diffusion-Weighted Perfusion MRI: Initial Experience in Application to Brain Tumor

Jiongjiong Wang1, Wen-Chau Wu1, Sumei Wang1, María Fernández-Seara1, Keith St Lawrence2, Ronald Wolf1
University of Pennsylvania, 2Lawson Health Research Institute


14:30      2975         14                               An MRI Determination of Vascular Transfer Constant Predicts Response to Therapy in a Cerebral Glioma Model

James Ewing1, Tom Mikkelsen1, Kevin Nelson1, Hassan Bagher-Ebadian1, Swayamprava Panda1
Henry Ford Health System


14:30      2976         15                               Polydisulfide-based Biodegradable Macromolecular Contrast Agents for Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI: First Experience with Human Prostate Cancer Xenograft

Yi Feng1, Eun-Kee Jeong1, Aaron Mohs1, Lyska Emerson1, Zheng-Rong Lu1
1University of Utah


14:30      2977         16                               Quantification and spatial analysis of intra-tumoural perfusion heterogeneity in cervix cancer using DCE-MRI

Mark Zahra1, Richard Black2, Evis Sala1, Andrew Priest1, Martin Graves1, Sandeep Gupta3, Li Tee Tan2, Mark Arends1, Robin Crawford2, James Brenton1, David Lomas1
University of Cambridge, 2Addenbrooke's Hospital, 3National Naval Medical Center


15:00      2978         13                               Effects of Arterial Input Function Determination on Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Osteosarcoma DCE MRI Data

Ya Wang1, Wei Huang1, David Panicek1, Jason Koutcher1
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center


15:00      2979         14                               A Practical Bookend Technique for Quantitative DCE-MRI Evaluation of the Liver

Keiko Miyazaki1, Simon Walker-Samuel1, Toni Wallace2, James Stirling3, N Taylor3, D-M Koh1, Martin Leach1, David Collins1
Institute of Cancer Research, 2Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, 3Mount Vernon Hospital


15:00      2980         15                               Quantification of Arterial-Phase Perfusion Kinetics in the Liver

Puneet Sharma1, Khalil Salman1, Bobbie Burrow1, Thomas Lauenstein1, Diego Martin1
Emory University


15:00      2981         16                               Sensitivity of DCE-MRI to Fractional Volumetric Changes in Tumor Delineation: A Semi-Automated Study

Dee Wu1, Rajibul Alam2, Nina Mayr3
Oklahoma University Health Science Center, 2University of Oklahoma, 3Ohio State University Medical Center


15:30      2982         13                               Estimating DCE-MRI vascular parameters of tumours using a tractable input function formulation : model calculations and results.

Matthew Orton1, Simon Walker-Samuel1, James d'Arcy1, David Hawkes2, Martin Leach1, David Collins1
Institute of Cancer Research, 2University College London


15:30      2983         14                               Incorporation of a Vascular Term into a Reference Region Model for the Analysis of DCE-MRI Data

Anthony Faranesh1, Thomas Yankeelov2
Stanford University, 2Vanderbilt University


15:30      2984         15                               Fast and Super Fast Estimation of Quantitative Parameters in DCE-MRI

Cheng Yang1, Gregory Karczmar1, Walter Stadler1
The University of Chicago


15:30      2985         16                               A dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI flow phantom to validate arterial input function measurements

R Little1, C Roberts1, A Lacey2, G Parker1
University of Manchester, 2AstraZeneca


Innovation in Preclinical Oncologic MR

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      2986         17                               Characterisation of a new brain metastases model in the nude rat - not available

Frits Thorsen1, Jian Wang1, Rolf Bjerkvig1, Paal-Henning Pedersen2
1University of Bergen, 2Haukeland University Hospital


14:00      2987         18                               Vasculature characterization of angiogenic melanoma metastases in mouse brain by Gd-DTPA and USPIO contrast-enhanced MRI - not available

Giulio Gambarota1, William Leenders2, Cathy Maass2, Pieter Wesseling2, Bert van der Kogel2, Olaf van Tellingen3, Arend Heerschap2
1Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 2Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center, 3Dutch Cancer Institute


14:00      2988         19                               In vivo F CSI of 2-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose and 2-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose-6-phosphate in rat brain

Daniel Coman1, Basavaraju Sanganahalli1, David Cheng1, Timothy McCarthy2, Douglas Rothman1, Fahmeed Hyder1
Yale University, 2Pfizer Inc.


14:00      2989         20                               Preliminary evaluation of the effects of blood flow on PET detection of Cu-ATSM by dynamic gadolinium enhanced MRI in a rat tumour model.

Davina Honess1, Katie Wood2, Ross Maxwell3, Ian Wilson1, Rowena Paul4, Michael O'Doherty4, Paul Marsden4, Philip Blower4, Bal Sangera5, Wai-Lup Wong5, Michele Saunders2
University of Oxford, Gray Cancer Institute, 2University College Hospital, 3Northern Institute for Cancer Research, 4Guy's, King's, St Thomas' School of Medicine, 5Mount Vernon Hospital


14:30      2990         17                               In vivo detection of histone deacetylase inhibition by MRS

Madhuri Sankaranarayanapillai1, James Bankson2, Qing Yuan2, Hagit Dafni1, Douglas Webb2, Ashutosh Pal1, Edward Jackson2, Juri Gelovani1, William Tong1, Sabrina Ronen1
U.T. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 2U.T. M.D.Anderson Cancer Center


14:30      2991         18                               In vivo MR diffusion tensor study of bacteria infiltration in murine tumor

Kaung-Ti Yung1, Gabrielle Ramus1, Vitaly Chibisov2, Qiuhong He1

1University of Pittsburgh, 2Duke University


14:30      2992         19                               Imaging the Progression of Iron-Loaded Glioma Tumours with FIESTA at 3T

Lisa Bernas1, Paula Foster1, Brian Rutt1
1Robarts Research Institute


14:30      2993         20                               Longitudinal Lactate 2D-MR Spectroscopic Imaging and DCE-MRI Studies in Prostate Tumors to Assess Tumor Hypoxia and Vasculature

Jadegoud Yaligar1, Sunitha Thakur1, Mihaela Lupu1, Ya Wang1, Cornelia Matei1, Kristen Zakian1, Jason Koutcher1

1Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center


15:00      2994         17                               Perturbation of mouse glioma MRS pattern in vivo at 7.0 Tesla by induced acute hyperglycemia

Rui Simoes1, Maria García-Martín2, Sebastían Cerdán2, Carles Arús1
1Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas "Alberto Sols" UAM-CSIC


15:00      2995         18                               Comparison of Diffusion-weighted with Necrosis Avid Contrast Agent –enhanced MRI for the Assessment of Spontaneously Developed Necrosis in a Rat Rhabdomyosarcoma Model

Frederik De Keyzer1, Feng Chen1, Vincent Vandecaveye1, Huaijun Wang1, Yicheng Ni1, Sandra Nuyts1, Robert Hermans1, Willy Landuyt2, Hilde Bosmans1
University Hospitals Leuven, 2Catholic University of Leuven (KUL)


15:00      2996         19                               Amide proton transfer imaging and magnetization transfer imaging for characterizing rat brain tumors

Jinyuan Zhou1, Amandeep Salhotra2, Phillip Zhe Sun1, Bachchu Lal2, John Laterra2, Peter van Zijl1
Johns Hopkins University, 2Johns Hopkins University/KKI


15:00      2997         20                               Sodium MRI clocks pre-necrotic alterations in rat glioma model without changes in tumor diffusion

Victor Schepkin1
National High Magnetid Field Laboratory, Florida State University


15:30      2998         17                               Novel MR imaging contrast agents for detection of HT29/219 cells in mice

Daryoush Shahbazi-Gahrouei1, Ehsan Khodamoradi1
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences


15:30      2999         18                               An Anionic Surface Charged PAMAM Dendrimer Based Contrast Agent for MR Imaging of Her-2/neu Receptors by a Three-step Pretargeting Approach

Wenlian Zhu1, Baasil Okollie1, Zaver Bhujwalla1, Dmitri Artemov1
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


15:30      3000         19                               In vivo Monitoring Therapeutic Response of NHL Xenograft by MRS and MRI

Ming Qiang Huang1, S Pickup1, D. Nelson1, Hui Qiao1, S Lee1, Harish Poptani1, E. Delikatny1, Rong Zhou1, Jerry Glickson1
University of Pennsylvania


15:30      3001         20                               Segmentation of tumor necrosis by mapping fractional plasma volume (fPV) from dynamic albumin-(Gd-DTPA)30 enhanced MRI for evaluation of therapeutic response to gefitinib in  breast cancer model

Ka-Loh Li1, Lisa Wilmes1, Sheye Aliu1, Donghui Wang1, BYRON HANN1, Mark Moasser1, Nola Hylton1
University of California, San Francisco


Head & Neck + Neuro

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      3002         21                               Dynamic Real Time Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Pharynx and Larynx Evaluating Swallowing and Stridor at 3 Tesla

Tobias Breyer1, Matthias Echternach1, Susan Arndt1, Bernhard Richter-Spahn1, Oliver Speck1, Martin Schumacher1, Michael Markl1
University of Freiburg


14:00      3003         22                               Turbo-FLASH Imaging of swallowing function at 3T

Edwin Wang1, Thomas Mulholland2, Selim Butros1, Timothy Shepard1, Vinay Pai1
NYU School of Medicine, 2NYU Medical Center


14:00      3004         23                               Real time kinemtaic imaging of the ocular movement using FIESTA with tagging method - not available

Takayuki Masui1, Motoyuki Katayama1, Kimihiko Sato1, Masahiro Sugiyama1, Hidekazu Seo1, Akihiko Kutsuna1, Masaya Hirano2, Atsushi Nozaki2, Harumi Sakahara3
Seirei Hamamatsu General Hosiptal, 2GEYMS, 3Hamamatsu University School of Medicine


14:00      3005         24                               Time-resolved, three-dimensional brain motion measurements using 3D-DENSE

Michaela Soellinger1, Andrea Rutz1, Sebastian Kozerke1, Peter Boesiger1
1University and ETH Zurich


14:00      3006         25                               Apparent Diffusion Coefficient of Benign and Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors and Histologic Correlation: Influence of Tumor Cellularity and Myxoid Matrix - not available

Masayuki Maeda1, Nobuyoshi Matsushima1, Kan Takeda1
Mie University School of Medicine


14:00      3007         26                               In-vivo Dental Impression Using MRI

Olga Tymofiyeva1, Florian Schmid1, Kurt Rottner2, Ernst-Juergen Richter2, Peter Jakob1
1University of Wuerzburg, 2Dental School, University of Wuerzburg


14:00      3008         27                               Synthetic vs. directly-acquired MRI of identical-slice brain images: large scale and multi-contrast (PD, T1, and T2-weighted) image quality comparison

Avtar Raince1, Asim Mian1, Hernan Jara1, Osamu Sakai1
1Boston University Medical Center


14:30      3009         28                               Cine MRI Flow-Analysis in Phantom Model of Cranio-Spinal Axis In-vivo Studies.

Malek Makki1, Sandeep Sood1, Olivier Baledent2, Swati Mody1, Keshav Grover1
Wayne State University, 2CHU-Amiens


14:30      3010         21                               Magnetic Resonance Diffusion Tensor Imaging and 1H Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Ischemic Penumbra

Sun ZhiHua1, Bai Xu2, Zhong Jin3, Zhang YunTing1
General Hospital, 2HuanHu Hospital, 3Renmin Hospital


14:30      3011         22                               Time course of ADC and FA in brainstem infarcts

David Gräßel1, Clemens Fitzek1, Dirk Brämer1, Sabine Fitzek2, Thomas Ringer1, Albrecht Günther1, Jürgen Reichenbach1, Werner Kaiser1, Otto Witte1, Hubertus Axer1
Friedrich-Schiller University, 2DRK Kliniken Berlin-Köpenick


14:30      3012         23                               Serial MR spectroscopic imaging of NAA and Lactate levels after ischaemic stroke - not available

Susana Muñoz Maniega1, Vera Cvoro1, Paul Armitage1, Ian Marshall1, Mark Bastin1, Joanna Wardlaw1

1University of Edinburgh


14:30      3013         24                               Evaluation of Ischemic Threshold for Cell Death in Acute Stroke Patients

Hem Bhatt1, Wanyong Shin1, Ali Shaibani1, Maulin Shah1, Matthew Walker1, Tim Carroll1

1Northwestern University


14:30      3014         25                               Estimation of Hemodynamic Impairment using Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast Perfusion Imaging

John Lee1, Colin Derdeyn1, William Powers1, Tom Videen1, Joanne Markham1, Abraham Snyder1, G. Bretthorst1, Joshua Shimony1
Washington University School of Medicine


14:30      3015         26                               Flow-Sensitive Susceptibility-Weighted Imaging

Tokunori Kimura1, Masato Ikedo1, Naoyuki Furudate1, Syuhei Takemoto1
Toshiba Medical Systems


14:30      3016         27                               Flow-sensitive Susceptibility-weighted Imaging of the Brain: Initial Experience in Ischemic Lesions

Kazuhiro Tsuchiya1, Hidekatsu Tateishi1, Maiko Yoshida1, Miho Amagami1, Keita Honya1, Toshiaki Nitatori1, Tokunori Kimura2, Masato Ikedo2, Shuhei Takemoto2
Kyorin University, 2Toshiba Medical Systems


14:30      3017         28                               Negative BOLD signal response to inhaled carbon dioxide correlates with decreased cerebral blood flow on arterial spin labeling

Daniel Mandell1, Julien Poublanc1, Adrian Crawley1, Jay Han1, Joe Fisher2, David Mikulis1
The Toronto Western Hospital, 2The Toronto General Hospital


15:00      3018         21                               Validation of surgical strategies for coronary artery bypass grafting to reduce ischemic brain lesions using diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging

Hermann Koerperich1, Nikolas Mirow1, Burkhard Ostertun2, Hermann Esdorn1, Jürgen Gieseke3, Hermann Knobl1, Jan Fleischhauer1, Philipp Beerbaum1, Rainer Körfer1, Wolfgang Burchert1
Heart and Diabetes Center, 2Diagnostic Radiology and Neuroradiology, 3Philips Medical Systems


15:00      3019         22                               Effect of computer-aided diagnosis system on diagnostic accuracy and reading time in detection of intracranial aneurysms on MR angiography

Shingo Kakeda1, Yukunori Korogi1, Hideaki Arimura2, Junji Moriya1, Toshinori Hirai3, Shogehiko Katsuragawa3, Kunnio Doi4
University of Occupational & Environmental Health, 2Kyushu University, 3Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto University, 4Kurt Rossmann Laboratories for Radiologic Image Research, The University of Chi


15:00      3020         23                               MR imaging for the determination of lumenal and outer wall boundaries in intracranial aneurysms.

Loic Boussel1, Max Wintermark1, Brad Dispensa1, Joseph Leach1, Vitaliy Rayz1, Gabriel Acevedo Bolton1, Michael Lawton1, Randall Higashida1, William Young1, David Saloner1


15:00      3021         24                               Improved Background  Suppression for Intracranial 3D TOF MRA using Robust Fat Suppression with IDEAL at 3T

Joseph Cousins1, Ann Shimakawa2, Jean Brittain2, Howard Rowley1, Huanzhou Yu2, Scott Reeder1
University of Wisconsin, 2GE Healthcare


15:00      3022         25                               Impact of Altered Head Shape on Talairach Parcellations of Neonate Brain Images

Andrea Mewes1, Petra Huppi2, Heidelise Als3, Lilla Zöllei4, Terrie Inder5, William Wells1, Simon Warfield1
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 2University Children’s Hospital, 3The Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 4École Centrale de Paris, 5Washington University


15:00      3023         26                               Neonatal MRI Brain Tissue Segmentation and Morphological Analysis

Zhuang Song1, Brian Avants1, Hui Zhang1, Nicholas Tustison1, Shannon Agner2, Daniel Licht2, James Gee1
University of Pennsylvania, 2The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


15:00      3024         27                               Quantitative Analysis of Human White Matter Brain Curvature: Perspectives on Folding From Neonate to Adult

Rudolph Pienaar1, Bruce Fishcl1, Evelina Busa1, Nikos Makris1, David Kennedy1, Patricia Grant1
Massachusetts General Hospital


15:00      3025         28                               Cortical curvature and allometric scaling of cerebral cortex in preterm infants

Latha Srinivasan1, Hui Xue1, Serena Counsell1, Joanna Allsop1, Julie Fitzpatrick1, A Edwards1, Mary Rutherford1, Daniel Rueckert2, Joesph Hajnal1
Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College, 2Imperial College


15:30      3026         21                               MR spectroscopy and diffusion tensor imaging study of the impact of fluoxetine on the human brain in multiple sclerosis

Paul Sijens1, Jop Mostert1, Jacques De Keyser1, Matthijs Oudkerk1


15:30      3027         22                               Alternatives for standard T1-weighted images in brain atrophy measurements in Multiple Sclerosis using SIENA and SIENAX

Veronica Neacsu1, Bas Jasperse1, Tijmen Korteweg1, Dirk Knol1, Paola Valsasina2, Massimo Filippi2, Frederik Barkhof1, Marco Rovaris2, Hugo Vrenken1
VU University Medical Center, 2Scientific Institute and University Ospedale San Raffaele


15:30      3028         23                               Voxel-Based Analysis of Global and Neocortical Progression of Brain Atrophy in RR MS

Marco Battaglini1, Steve Smith2, Gwenaelle Douaud2, Mark Jenkinson2, Maria Stromillo1, Antonio Federico1, Paul Matthews3, Nicola De Stefano1
University of Siena, 2FMRIB, Oxford University, 3Clinical Imaging Centre, GlaxoSmithKline



Antonia Ceccarelli1, Maria Rocca1, Elisabetta Pagani1, Federica Agosta1, Beatrice Benedetti1, Bruno Colombo1, Giancarlo Comi1, Massimo Filippi1
1Scientific Institute and University Hospital San Raffaele


15:30      3030         25                               T2* sensitized high resolution MR venography using 3D-PRESTO ( principles of echo shifting with a train of observations)

Takahiro Tsuboyama1, Izumi Imaoka1, Takayuki Nakatsuka1, Taro Shimono1, Ryuichiro Ashikaga1, Takamichi Murakami1, Mitsuyo Matsumoto2, Tomoyuki Okuaki2, Nozomu Koyama2
Kinki university school of medicine, 2Philips Medical Systems


15:30      3031         26                               MRI-based investigation on the outflow segment of human brain bridging veins

Zhichao Si1, Liming Luan1, Dawei Kong1, Hanbin Wang1, Gang Chen2, Taifei Yu3, Qi Pang1
1Shandong Univeristy Shandong Provincial Hospital, 2Aarhus University hospital-skejby, 3Shandong Medical Imaging Research Institute


15:30      3032         27                               Optimization of 3D-PRESTO (principles of echo shifting with a train of observations) sequence forT2* sensitized High-Resolution MR-Venography - not available

Takayuki Nakatsuka1, takahiro tsuboyama1, izumi imaoka1, taro shimono1, takamichi murakami1, yasuyoshi hikime1, aiko ohshima1, hiroyuki fukushima1, tomoyuki okuaki2, nozomu koyama2, mitsuyo matsumoto2
Kinki university, 2Philips medical systems


15:30      3033         28                               Visualization of venous vessels by Phase Weighted Image

Hasnine Haque1, Tsuyoshi Matsuda1, Makoto Sasaki2
1GE Healthcare, 2Iwate Medical University


Body MR:  Chest, Breast & Genitourinary
Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      3034         29                               The utility of PROPELLER technique applying for T2-weighted thoracic MR imaging with PACE technique.

Takashi Koyama1, Koji Fujimoto2, Ken Tamai2, Nobuko Morisawa2, Kaori Togashi2
Kyoto University Hospital, 2Kyoto University, Graduate School of Medicine


14:00      3035         30                               Imaging Water Content in the Lungs – Measuring and Correcting the Influence of Breathing

Kelvin Chow1, Ian Paterson1, Richard Thompson1
University of Alberta


14:00      3036         31                               Longitudinal MRI Evaluations of Lung Inflammation within Cystic Fibrosis Mouse Models

Vipul Sheth1, Rolf Van Heeckeren1, Manu Raam1, Anna Van Heeckeren1, Mark Pagel1
1Case Western Reserve University


14:00      3037         32                               Imaging Lung Aveolar Fluid Clearance With MRI

Logi Vidarsson1, Emma Helm2, Alexandra Graces2, Tammy Rayner2, Hugh O’Brodovich2, Christopher Macgowan1
Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto, 2Hospital for Sick Children


14:00      3038         33                               Dynamic 3D Lung MRI Using a 32-Channel Coil Array for the Construction of Respiratory Motion Models

Marc Miquel1, Jane Blackall2, Sergio Uribe3, Christoph Leussler4, Tobias Schaeffter3, David Hawkes2
Barts and the London NHS Trust, 2Univeristy College London, 3King's College London, 4Philips Research


14:00      3039         34                               Quantitative Comparison of Registration-Based Lung Motion Estimates from Whole-Lung MR Images and Corresponding Two-Dimensional Slices

Tessa Sundaram1, Kai Ruppert2, Andrea Hernandez2, Brian Avants1, Talissa Altes2, James Gee1
University of Pennsylvania, 2Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


14:00      3040         35                               Reconstruction of Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Lung MR Imaging using k-t BLAST - not available

Jia-Shuo Hsu1, Yi-Ru Lin2, Yi-Jui Liu3, Hsiao-Wen Chung1
National Taiwan University, 2National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, 3Feng-Chia University



Jean Tessier1, Philip Worthington1, John Bell1, Eric Chevalier1, Jane Escott1, Simon Young1, Alan Young1


14:30      3042         29                               Kinetic Parameter Estimation of Independent Components Derived from Simulated Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Breast MRI Data

Yi Wang1, Bao Zhang2, Steve Roys2, Nicolle Correa1, Tulay Adali1, Rao Gullapalli2
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2University of Maryland, Baltimore


14:30      3043         30                               3He Regional Volumetry in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis: Pre and Post Physiotherapy

Neil Woodhouse1, Nigel Hoggard1, Nicky Clarke2, Sandra Bott2, Edwin van Beek3, Christopher Taylor2, Jim Wild1
University of Sheffield, 2Sheffield Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 3University of Iowa


14:30      3044         31                               Correlation of Hyperpolarized 3He Q-space Diffusion MRS Parameters with in vitro Lung Data Across Animal Species

Dattesh Shanbhag1, Talissa Altes2, Jaime Mata1, G.Wilson Miller1, Jack Knight-Scott3
University of Virginia, 2The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 3Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston


14:30      3045         32                               Fluorine-19 MRI of the lung: an in vivo comparison of fluorinated gases

Ursula Wolf1, Alexander Scholz1, Maxim Terekhov1, Wolfgang Schreiber1
1Mainz University Medical School


14:30      3046         33                               Determination of T1-DCE MRI based blood flow heterogeneity  in normal kidneys and renal pathology.

Martine Dujardin1, Robert Luypaert1, Smitha Makkat1, Steven Sourbron2, Filip Deridder1, Dierik Verbeelen1, Tadeusz Stadnik1, Johan de Mey1
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2Klinikum Grosshadern Munich


14:30      3047         34                               The effect of Gd-DTPA dose on renal function in a rat cisplatin-induced chronic renal failure model

Takashi Tsuji1
1Nihon Schering K.K.


14:30      3048         35                               A comparison of two-compartment models for the quantification of glomerular filtration

Steven Sourbron1, Henrik Michaely1, Klaus-Peter Lodemann2, Stefan Schoenberg1, Maximilian Reiser1
1LM University Munich, 2Bracco-Altana Pharma


14:30      3049         36                               Renal R2 changes and dynamic kidney size variations in response to vasoactive substances in the rat

Pippa Storey1, Lin Ji1, Lu-Ping Li1, Pottumarthi Prasad1
Evanston Northwestern Healthcare


15:00      3050         29                               Quantification of renal perfusion on a voxel-by-voxel basis: comparison of perfusion values in different age groups.

Martine Dujardin1, Smitha Makkat1, Robert Luypaert1, Steven Sourbron2, Patricia Van der Niepen1, Dierik Verbeelen1, tadeusz stadnik1, Johan de Mey1
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2Klinikum Grosshadern Munich


15:00      3051         30                               Effects of  naproxen and naproxcinod on intra-renal oxygenation during water-loading as evaluated by BOLD MRI - not available

Jin Li1, Lu-Ping Li1, T Schnitzer2, Pottumarthi Prasad1
Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, 2Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University,


15:00      3052         31                               Assessment of Renal Function from Motion-Corrected 3D DCE-MRI using Clustering and Independant Componant Analysis - not available

Frank Zöllner1, Jarle Rørvik1, Arvid Lundervold1
1University of Bergen


15:00      3053         32                               Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Ureterography: Initial Experience with Contrast-Enhanced, Highly Time-Resolved Evaluation of Ureteral Peristalsis

Jason Jacob1, Danny Kim1, Vivian Lee1
New York University


15:00      3054         33                               THE “WHIRLPOOL” SIGN  - A TURNING POINT IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PELVI-URETERIC JUNCTION OBSTRUCTION - not available

K Tan1, Hui Teh2
Singapore Health Services, 2Changi General Hospital


15:00      3055         34                               MR Voiding Cystography for Vesicoureteral Reflux Evaluation

Shreyas Vasanawala1, William Kennedy1, Arun Ganguly1, Rebecca Fahrig1, Viola Rieke1, Bruce Daniel1, Richard Barth1
Stanford University


15:00      3056         35                               3.0 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) for Comprehensive Renal Evaluation of Living Kidney Donors: Pilot Study with Computerized Tomography Angiography (CTA) Comparison

Mittul Gulati1, Steven Raman1, Ana Gomez1, H Gritsch1, Peter Schulam1, David Lu1
University Of California, Los Angeles


15:00      3057         36                               Combined Diffusion Weighted and Dynamic Subtraction MRI for Prostate Transition Zone Cancer Diagnosis : Correlation With Histopathology - not available

Takeshi Yoshizako1, Nobue Uchida1, Akihiko Wada1, Kouji Uchida1, Naruhito Okada1, Megumi Nakamura1, Hajime Kitagaki1, Mikio Ikawa1
Shimane University


15:30      3058         29                               Time Resolved Contrast-Enhanced Breast MR with 0.6 Isotropic Spatial Resolution

Gerhard Laub1, Daisy Chien2, Helmuth Schultze-Haakh1
Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc., 2University of California


15:30      3059         30                               Clinical value of proton spectroscopy added to high spatially resolved Gd-enhanced MR of the breast - not available

Alfonso Fausto1, Marianne Vorbuchner2, Francesco Sardanelli1
IRCCS Policlinico San Donato, University of Milan School of Medicine, 2Siemens AG


15:30      3060         31                               The Dissolving Aspirin Sign: An aid in Differentiating Benign and Malignant Lesions detected during Gadolinium-enhanced Breast MRI

Frederick Kelcz1, Mai Elezaby2
Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, 2Univ of Wisconsin


15:30      3061         32                               Evaluation of Computer-Aided-Diagnosis (CAD) Software Tools for Tumor Detection using Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI

Jeremy Chen1, Kryt Chattrabhuti1, David Thomasson1, Catherine Chow1, Sandeep Gupta2, Bernadette Kaufman3, Jianhua Yao1
NIH Clinical Center, 2GE Healthcare, 3Invivo


15:30      3062         33                               MRI of the breast: quantification of breast density and background enhancement in healthy volunteers

Ava Kwong1, Catherine Klifa2, Maurice van den Bosch1, Gladys Lo3, Bruce Daniel1, Nola Hylton2
Stanford University Medical School, 2University of California, San Franciso, 3Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital


15:30      3063         34                               Reproducibility of quantitative parameters derived from dynamic hyperpolarized 3He MRI

Jim Wild1, Neil Woodhouse1, Steven Parnell1, Kevin Teh1, F Hersman2, Rob Ireland1, Kevin Cooper1, Martyn Paley1, Curig Prys-Picard3, Edwin van Beek1, Chris Taylor1, Rob Niven3
University of Sheffield, 2University of New Hampshire, 3South Manchester University Hospital


15:30      3064         35                               Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance mammography (MRM): improvement in breast lesion detection and characterization with gadobenate dimeglumine (Gd-BOPTA) compared to gadopentate dimeglumine (Gd-DTPA)

Federica Pediconi1, Carlo Catalano1, Simona Padula1, Antonella Roselli1, Enrica Moriconi1, Valeria Dominelli1, Miles Kirchin2, Roberto Passariello1
1University of Rome "La Sapienza", 2Bracco SPA


15:30      3065         36                               Characteristic Breast MRI findings following Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation either by Intra-Operative Radiotherapy or Three-Dimensional Conformal External Beam Radiotherapy

Kristina Jong1, Kathleen Horst1, Debra Ikeda1, Bruce Daniel1, Sunita Pal1, Maurice van den Bosch1, Frederick Dirbas1
1Stanford University


Neuroimaging:  Animals + SWI

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      3066         37                               NMDA receptors participate in control of manganese-enhanced MRI (MEMRI)

Hirotada Fujii1, Kouich Itoh2, Motomichi Sakata3
Sapporo Medical University, 2Tokushima Bunri University, 3Hokkaido University


14:00      3067         38                               A model of competition between Manganese and Iron and their combined influence on R1 in Rat Brain Tissues

Na Zhang1, Vanessa Fitsanakis2, Michael Aschner2, Calum Avison1, John Gore1
Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science, 2Vanderbilt University Medical Center


14:00      3068         39                               Determination of Odor Concentration Dependent Responses in Olfactory Circuitry using Manganese Enhanced MRI

Kai-Hsiang Chuang1, Leonardo Belluscio1, Alan Koretsky1
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health


14:00      3069         40                               MRI manganese enhanced neuronal tract tracing: a spatial statistical evaluation in the mouse.

Andrew Lowe1, Ian Thompson2, Nicola Sibson1
University of Oxford, 2Kings College London


14:00      3070         41                               Does social isolation rearing induce prefrontal cortex volume loss – a MR volumetry study in rats at 7T.

Mirjam Schubert1, M Porkess1, Kevin Fone1, Dorothee Auer1
University of Nottingham


14:00      3071         42                               Three Dimensional Atlas of Developing Mouse Brains Based on Diffusion Tensor Imaging

Nelson Chuang1, Jiangyang Zhang1, Jianxue Li2, Bengang Xu2, Stephen Senft3, Richard Sidman2, Susumu Mori1
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2Beth Israel Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, 3Krasnow Institute of Advanced Study, George Mason University


14:00      3072         43                               1H MRS of cortical and cerebellar brain extracts of ataxic migraine mice

Rob van de Ven1, Arn van den Maagdenberg1, Michel Ferrari1, Rune Frants1, Louise van der Weerd1
1Leiden University Medical Center


14:00      3073         44                               Cylindrical-FSE for rapid, quantitative T2 mapping in Alzheimer’s mice -
not available

Theodore Trouard1, Jean-Philippe Galons1, Gary Martinez1
1University of Arizona


14:30      3074         37                               MRI for in vivo structural brain phenotyping of a migraine mouse model

Rob van de Ven1, Roald van der Landen1, Arn van den Maagdenberg1, Sjoerd van Duinen1, Marion Maat-Schieman1, Remi Chapeaublanc1, Bianca Hogers1, Michel Ferrari1, Johan Reiber1, Rune Frants1, Louise van der Weerd1, Faiza Admiraal-Behloul1
1Leiden University Medical Center


14:30      3075         38                               Axial and radial diffusivities as potential markers for characterization of white matter lesions and predicting lesion outcome in a neonatal rat hypoxia-ischemia model

Si-lun Wang1, E.X. Wu1, Yanxin Wang1, H.F. Lau1, E.S. Hui1, Pik-To Cheung1, Pek-Lan Khong1
The University of Hong Kong


14:30      3076         39                               Phenotypic severity of primary distorsion dystonia is uncovered with diffusion tensor imaging in brains of mouse models - not available

Greetje Vanhoutte1, Kathrin Grundmann2, Bettina Reischmann2, Olaf Riess2, Annemie Van der Linden1
1University of Antwerp, Bio-Imaging Lab, 2University of Tuebingen

14:30      3077         40                               MR Detection of Spinal Axonal Degeneration in a Mouse Model of 

                                                                        Amyotrophic  Lateral Sclerosis - not available

Joong Kim1, Jin-Moo Lee2, Sheng-Kwei Song1
1Washington University School of Medicine, 2Wahsington University School of Medicine


14:30      3078         41                               Quantitative Analysis of Brain Morphology in a Mouse Model of the Huntington’s Disease

Neda Jahanshad1, Akira Yamamoto2, Wenzhen Duan1, Qi Peng1, Michael Miller1, Susumu Mori1, Jiangyang Zhang1
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2Kyoto City Hospital


14:30      3079         42                               Longitudinal Monitoring of Brain Changes in Canines Immunized with Fibrillar or Oligomeric Beta-Amyloid

Min-Ying Su1, Long Vu1, Garima Agrawal1, Kevin Head1, Ted Barrett2, Charles Glabe1, Rakez Kayed1, David Cribbs1, Bruce Muggenburg2, Elizabeth Head1, Carl Cotman1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California, 2Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute


14:30      3080         43                               Comparing Automatic Deformation-Based Techniques Against Manual Volumetry in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease: A Longitudinal In Vivo Study -
not available

Jonathan Lau1, Jason Lerch2, Tomas Klason3, John Sled2, R Henkelman2, Alan Evans1, Barry Bedell1
McGill University, 2Hospital for Sick Children, 3AstraZeneca R & D



Carine Chassain1, Guy Bielicki1, Elodie Durand2, Stéphane Lolignier2, Jean-Pierre Renou1, Franck Durif2
1QuaPA equipe STIM, 2Université d'Auvergne


15:00      3082         37                               MRI Investigation of Angiogenesis Enhanced by Sildenafil Treatment of Embolic Stroke in Rat - not available

Guangliang Ding1, Quan Jiang1, Lian Li1, Lakshman Gollapalli2, Li Zhang1, Zheng Zhang1, Karyn Ledbetter1, Swayamprava Panda1, James Ewing1, Mark Haacke2, Michael Chopp1
Henry Ford Health System, 2Wayne State University


15:00      3083         38                               Detection of gray matter damage in neonatal rat model of mild hypoxic-ischemic insult by manganese-enhanced MRI

Jian Yang1, Ed Wu1
The University of Hong Kong


15:00      3084         39                               Is PWI-DWI Mismatch Region Equal to Ischemic Penumbra: Experimental Study in Monkey Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion (MCAO) Model

Sun ZhiHua1, Zhang XueJun1, Zhang YunTing1
General Hospital


15:00      3085         40                               Sequential Cerebral hemodynamics and Oxygen Metabolism MRI Study in rats before, during and after Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Hongyu An1, Qingwei Liu1, Yasheng Chen1, Jiongjiong Wang2, Weili Lin1
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2University of Pennsylvania


15:00      3086         41                               Neurochemical alterations in the cortex and cerebellum of Mecp2 knockout mice - not available

Didier Laurent1, Brittany Yerby1, John Gounarides1, Sarah Geisler1, En Li1, Cecile Spielewoy1
Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Inc


15:00      3087         42                               Decreased T1 and T2 in the brain of APP/PS2 mice, a model for Alzheimer's disease

Claudia Weidensteiner1, Friedrich Metzger1, Bernd Bohrmann1, Thomas Bielser1, Andreas Bruns1, Basil Kuennecke1, Markus von Kienlin1
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd


15:00      3088         43                               The Role of Mitochondrial Superoxide in Alzheimer&[prime]s Pathology

Cynthia Massaad1, Karen Smith1, Eric Klann2, Robia Pautler1
Baylor College of Medicine, 2New York University


15:00      3089         44                               Optic neuritis pathology detected with directional water diffusivities by MRI in a murine EAE model - not available

Qizhu Wu1, Helmut Butzkueven1, Qing Yang1, Hong Wang1, Ke Fang1, Gary Egan1, Trevor Kilpatrick1
Howard Florey Institute, University of Melbourne


15:30      3090         37                               Aqueductal Flow Measurement in a Rat Model of Communicating Hydrocephalus using Gadolinium Enhancement

Mark Wagshul1, Helene Benvensite2, Michael Egnor1, Erin McCormack1, Jie Li3, James McAllister3, Shams Rashid1, Mei Yu2
Stony Brook University, 2Brookhaven National Laboratory, 3Wayne State University


15:30      3091         38                               FLOW MEASUREMENTS AND EVANS INDEX IN NORMAL PRESSURE HYDROCEPHALUS AND WHITE MATTER LESIONS - not available

Estanislao Arana1, Juana Forner1, Yudy Florez-Ordoñez2, Luis Martí-Bonmatí1, David Moratal2, José Millet2
1Hospital Quirón, 2Universidad Politécnica de Valencia


15:30      3092         39                               Clinical Applications of Susceptibility Weighted Imaging

Bejoy Thomas1, Chandrasekharan Kesavadas1, Arun Gupta1, Thamburaj Krishnamoorthy1, Narendra Bodhey1, Tirur Kapilamoorthy1
Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology


15:30      3093         40                               PROPELLER MRI at 7T - not available

E. Welch1, Robin Avison2, J. Gatenby2, Adam Anderson2, John Gore2
Philips Medical Systems, 2Vanderbilt University


15:30      3094         41                               Dependency of the venous phase shift upon positioning angle in Susceptibility Weighted Imaging - not available

Kinya Ishizaka1, Kohsuke Kudo1, Yuri Yoshida1, Mika Oka1, Satoshi Terae1


15:30      3095         42                               Signal Changes of the Brain in Susceptibility-Weighted Imaging under Low Cerebral Blood Flow - not available

Yasutaka Fushimi1, Yukio Miki1, Nobuyuki Mori1, Tsutomu Okada1, Shin-ichi Urayama1, Nobukatsu Sawamoto1, Hidenao Fukuyama1, Kaori Togashi1
Kyoto University Graduate of Medicine


15:30      3096         43                               Effects of several carbogen concentrations on signal changes in susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI)

Christian Kutschbach1, Katharina Helm1, Jan Sedlacik1, Hans-Joachim Mentzel1, Werner Kaiser1, Matthias Bellemann2, Jürgen Reichenbach1
Friedrich-Schiller Universität, 2Fachhochschule Jena


15:30      3097         44                               Improved Phase Processing in Susceptibility Weighted Imaging

Alexander Rauscher1, Andreas Deistung1, Stephan Witoszynskyj1, Enrico Dittrich1, Jan Sedlacik1, Jürgen Reichenbach1


Vessel Wall & Clinical MRA

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      3098         41                               Fast 3D Reduced Field of View Carotid Imaging at 3T

Mahender Makhijani1, Christopher Hardy2, Gerry Pohost1, Krishna Nayak1
University of Southern California, 2GE Global Research


14:00      3099         42                               Three Dimensional Carotid Wall Imaging at 3T using a new muti-channel surface coil

John Sheehan1, Ioannis Koktzoglou2, Timothy Carroll2, Peter Weale3, Wolfgang Risse3, Evert Beerens4, Abe van der Werf4, John de Groot4, Renate Jerecic3, Yiu-Cho Chung3, James Carr1
Northwestern Radiology, 2Northwestern University, 3Siemens Medical Solutions, 4Machnet bv


14:00      3100         43                               Magnetization transfer based contrast for human atherosclerotic plaque characterization - not available

Ye Qiao1, Kevin Hallock1, James Hamilton1
Boston University


14:00      3101         44                               The Silent Carotid Plaque Rupture -- A 70-Month Serial Follow-up Case by In Vivo High Resolution MRI

Jianming Cai1, Lin Ma1, Xinjiang Wang1, Dexiou Zhang1, Youquan Cai1
Chinese PLA General Hospital


14:00      3102         45                               Distribution of AHA Type VI Atherosclerotic Lesions in the Carotid Artery and Relationship to Quantitative Plaque Measurements: An in vivo MRI Study

Tobias Saam1, Hunter Underhill2, Baocheng Chu2, Norihide Takaya2, Jianming Cai2, Chun Yuan2, Thomas Hatsukami3
LMU Munich, 2University of Washington, 3VA Puget Sound Health Care System and University of Washington


14:00      3103         46                               Quantitative 3.0 T Carotid Plaque Imaging

Denise Hinton-Yates1, Ricardo  Cury2, Karen Furie3
Massachuestts General Hospital, 2Massachuesetts General Hospital, 3Massachusetts General Hospital


14:00      3104         47                               An Optimized 3D Inversion Recovery Prepared Fast Spoiled Gradient Recalled Sequence for Carotid Plaque Imaging

David Zhu1, Kevin DeMarco1, Marina Ferguson2
1Michigan State University, 2University of Washington


14:00      3105         48                               3D Features of Disrupted Carotid Plaque: A Multi-Plane, Multi-Contrast in vivo High Resolution MRI Study

Wei Yu1, Hunter Underhill1, Marina Ferguson1, Minako Oikawa1, Baocheng Chu1, Thomas Hatsukami2, Chun Yuan1
University of Washington, 2VA Puget Sound HCS and University of Washington


14:30      3106         41                               Evaluation of vessel wall enhancement in vasculitis with myocardial delayed enhancement sequences: feasibility and preliminary results

David Stanley1, James Glockner2
GE Healthcare, 2Mayo Clinic


14:30      3107         42                               3T MRI demonstrates significant decrease of mural inflammatory changes in giant cell arterits under steroid treatment

Thorsten Bley1, Michael Markl1, Marie Schelp1, Markus Uhl1, Alex Frydrychowicz1, Juergen Hennig1, Mathias Langer1
University of Freiburg


14:30      3108         43                               Characterization of atherosclerosis lesions with TrueFISP Intravascular MRI

Olivier Salvado1, Stephen Yutzy2, Mike Nguyen2, Jamal Derakhshan2, Jens Heidenreich1, Simi Paul1, Ingmar Viohl3, Robert Hoffman1, Jeffrey Duerk1, David Wilson2
University Hospitals of Cleveland, 2Case Western Reserve University, 3University of Texas Southwestern


14:30      3109         44                               High Resolution 3D MR Plaque Detection in the Thoracic Aorta in 45 Acute Stroke Patients at 3Tesla

Andreas Harloff1, Patrick Dudler1, Alex Frydrychowicz2, Christoph Strecker1, Anna Stroh1, Annette Geibel-Zehender1, Andreas Hetzel1, Jürgen Hennig1, Michael Markl1
Albert-Ludwigs Universität, 2Albert-Ludwigs Universität,


14:30      3110         45                               Simultaneous bilateral imaging of the femoral arteries in peripheral arterial disease patients

Ryan Brown1, Christof Karmonik2, Alan Lumsden2, Hosam El-Sayed3, Christie Ballantyne3, Shawna Johnson3, Paul Sovelius3, Yi Wang1, Joel Morrisett3
Cornell - Weill Medical College, 2The Methodist Hospital, 3Baylor College of Medicine


14:30      3111         46                               Intravascular Imaging of the Carotid Artery using a combined Stent and Imaging Catheter in a Porcine Model

Jens Heidenreich1, Simi Paul1, Jamal Derakhshan2, Sherif Nour2, Matthew Riffe2, Mark Griswold1, Jeffrey Duerk1, Jeffrey Sunshine1
University Hospitals of Cleveland, 2Case Western Reserve University


14:30      3112         47                               Molecular MRI of Myeloperoxidase Activity in Experimental Atherosclerosis using a Novel Paramagnetic “Smart” Contrast Agent

John Ronald1, John Chen2, Kem Rogers1, Robert Hegele1, Manel Querol3, Alexei Bogdanov3, Ralph Weissleder2, Brian Rutt1
Robarts Research Institute, 2Harvard Medical School, 3University of Massachusetts


14:30      3113         48                               T2* value correlates with iron concentration in atherosclerotic rabbit aorta

Raimo Joensuu1, Anna Larsson1, Li-Ming Gan1, Malin Palmér1, Paul Hockings1
AstraZeneca R&D Molndal


15:00      3114         41                               Whole Body Fresh Blood Imaging (FBI): Non-Contrast MRA from Head to Feet - not available

Nobuyasu Ichinose1, Yuichi Yamashita1, Takao Yamamoto1, Shinji Mitsui1, Manabu Ishii1, Kazuya Okamoto1, Yoshio Machida1, Mitsue Miyazaki1
Toshiba Medical Systems


15:00      3115         42                               HASTE Sequence with Parallel Acquisition and T2 Decay Compensation: Application to Carotid Artery Imaging - not available

Ling Zhang1, Eugene Kholmovski1, Junyu Guo2, Seong-Eun Choi1, Dennis Parker1
1University of Utah, 2University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine


15:00      3116         43                               Trajectory-Corrected Dual-Echo PC VIPR Imaging at 3T

Kevin Johnson1, Oliver Wieben1, Ethan Brodsky1, Charles Mistretta1
University of Wisconsin-Madison


15:00      3117         44                               The Application of Acceleration Techniques for High Spatial and High Temporal Resolution Extra- and Intracranial Contrast-Enhanced MRA

Clifton Haider1, Houchun Hu2, Norbert Campeau1, John Huston III1, Stephen Riederer1
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, 2Univ. of Southern California


15:00      3118         45                               3D Visualization of RF ablation scarring using delayed enhanced MRI co-registered with MRA

Yuri Ishihara1, Reza Nezafat2, John Wylie2, Marius Linguraru1, Mark Josephson2, Robert Howe1, Warren Manning2, Dana Peters2
Harvard University, 2Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


15:00      3119         46                               3D Contrast-Enhanced MR Angiography in Occlusive Disease of the Central Thoracic Veins

Kambiz Nael1, Mayil Krishnam1, Stefan Ruehm1, Gerhard Laub2, J Paul Finn1
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 2Siemens


15:00      3120         47                               Non-contrast-enhanced MR angiography of the pulmonary veins using a whole chest 3D steady-state with free-precession technique

Christopher François1, Vibhas Deshpande2, Renate Jerecic2, Peter Weale2, James Carr1
Northwestern University, 2Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.


15:00      3121         48                               Automatic correction of intensity inhomogeneity in multi-station MR angiography of the peripheral vessels

Marcel Breeuwer1, Kees Visser1, Harrie van den Bosch2
1Philips Medical Systems, 2Catharina Hospital


15:30      3122         41                               Non-contrast-enhanced MR angiography of the thoracic aorta using a whole-chest 3D steady-state with free-precession technique

Christopher François1, Vibhas Deshpande2, Renate Jerecic2, Peter Weale2, James Carr1, Karin Dill1
Northwestern University, 2Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.


15:30      3123         42                               Time-course characterization by DCE-MRI of kidney dysfunction in rats over-expressing the human renin and angiotensinogen genes

Didier Laurent1, Farid Sari-Sarraf1, Kapil Mayawala1, Leah Martell1, Carolyn Cho1, Mathis Thoma1, Mary-Jane Plym1, Silvia Pomposiello1
Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Inc


15:30      3124         43                               Investigation of an aerobic exercise effect on the peripheral blood flow in the visualization of nonenhanced Fresh Blood Imaging (FBI) - not available

Riichiro Nagashima1, Katsumi Nakamura1, Akiyoshi Yamamoto1, Kiyomi Kuroki1, Mitsue Miyazaki2
Tobata Kyoritsu Hospital, 2Toshiba America Medical Systems Co.


15:30      3125         44                               3.0T High Spatial Resolution CE-MRA of the Pulmonary Circulation: Initial Experience with a 32-Channel Phased Array Coil Using a High Relaxivity Contrast Agent

Kambiz Nael1, Michael Fenchel2, Mayil Krishnam1, Gerhard Laub3, J Paul Finn1, Stefan Ruehm1
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 2Eberhard-Karls-University, 3Siemens


15:30      3126         45                               Highly Time-Resolved Lower Extremity MRA with TWIST, a Novel Data-Sharing 3D Gradient Echo Sequence with Spiral k-space Filling

Jason Jacob1, Elizabeth Hecht1, Danny Kim1, James Babb1, Robert Carson1, Bachir Taouli1, Niels Oesingmann2, Sooah Kim1, Andrew Harris1, Vivian Lee1
New York University Medical Center, 2Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.


15:30      3127         46                               Artery-vein Separation of Ultra-High Resolution Contrast-Enhanced MRA using a Blood Pool Agent

Maisie Wang1, David Haynor1, Tim Leiner2, Gregory Wilson3, Matthew Shutske1, William Eubank4, Jeffrey Maki1
University of Washington, 2Maastricht University Hospital, 3Philips Medical Systems, 4Puget Sound VAHCS


15:30      3128         47                               Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) of the lower extremities with Parallel Imaging (PI): comparison of different PI acceleration factors and different coils at 3.0 Tesla

Harald Kramer1, Henrik Michaely1, Peter Schmitt2, Michele Picciolo1, Maximilian Reiser1, Stefan Schoenberg1
1University Hospital Munich, 2Siemens Medical Solutions


15:30      3129         48                               3D CE-MRA of the Peripheral Arteries Featuring Surface Coil Coverage and Data Acquisition During Continuous Table Movement (TimCT)

Oliver Kraff1, Florian Vogt1, Michael Zenge1, Mark Ladd1, Birayet Ucan1, Stephan Kannengiesser2, Peter Schmitt2, Melanie Schmidt2, Joerg Barkhausen1, Harald Quick1
University Hospital Essen, 2Siemens Medical Solutions


Flow & MRA Techniques

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


14:00      3130         49                               Highly Constrained Back Projection (HYPR) processing for Phase Contrast MRI

Oliver Wieben1, Kevin Johnson1, Julia Velikina1, Frank Korosec1, Charles Mistretta1
University of Wisconsin-Madison


14:00      3131         50                               In vivo MR Velocimetry in Intracranial Aneurysms: Computational Fluid Dynamics Specification and Validation

Vitaliy Rayz1, Alastair Martin2, Gabriel Acevedo-Bolton1, Randall Higashida2, Michael Lawton2, William Young2, David Saloner1
VA Medical Center, 2University of California


14:00      3132         51                               MR determination of flow fields in patient-specific models of intracranial aneurysms using 7D PC-MRI

Gabriel Acevedo-Bolton1, Vitaliy Rayz1, Alastair Martin2, Michael Lawton2, Randall Higashida2, William Young2, David Saloner2
VAMC San Francisco, 2UCSF


14:00      3133         52                               Comparison of the noninvasive techniques to evaluate intracranial compliance and pressure based on MR flow quantification

Kagayaki Kuroda1, Takaomi Kanno1, Yoichi Tanabe1, Koichi Oshio2, Masatoshi Honda1, Hideki Atsumi1, Mitsunori Matsumae1
Tokai University, 2Keio University


14:00      3134         53                               Patient-Specific Wall Shear Stress Determination in the Coronary Arteries Using Phase Contrast Magnetic Resonance

Kevin Johnson1, John Oshinski1
Emory University


14:00      3135         54                               Flow Quantification by Dual Echo Phase Contrast SSFP

Marijn Rolf1, Mark Hofman1, Joost Kuijer1, Vinay Pai2, Andreas Greiser3, A. van Rossum1, Rob Heethaar1
VU University Medical Center, 2New York University, 3Siemens AG Medical Solutions


14:00      3136         55                               Phase Contrast Imaging of Vortex Rings During Diastolic Filling of the Left Ventricle

Tony Norman1, William Kerwin1, Edward Gill1
University of Washington


14:00      3137         56                               Hemodynamic effects of vacuum-assisted closure therapy in cardiac surgery, assessment using real time magnetic resonance flow quantification

Martin Ugander1, Rainer Petzina1, Lotta Gustafsson1, Henrik Engblom1, Johan Sjogren1, Roland Hetzer2, Richard Ingemansson1, Hakan Arheden1, Malin Malmsjo1
1Lund University Hospital, 2German Heart Institute


14:00      3138         49                               Optimized pre-processing of time-resolved 2D and 3D Phase Contrast MRI data

Jelena Bock1, Björn Kreher1, Juergen Hennig1, Michael Markl1
1University Hospital Freiburg


14:30      3139         50                               Methodology for Optimal Quantitative Flow Analysis by planar analysis of CINE Phase Contrast 2D or 3D MR data

Aurélien Stalder1, Alex Frydrychowicz1, Max Russe1, Jelena Bock1, Jürgen Hennig1, Michael Markl1
University Hospital Freiburg


14:30      3140         51                               Aortic Compliance of Mice at 7T Using Radial Phase Contrast Cine Imaging

Xuandong Zhao1, Ronald Pratt1, David Hui2, Janaka Wansapura1
Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center, 2University of Cincinnati


14:30      3141         52                               3D MR Flow Analysis in a Realistic Rapid-Prototyping Model System of the Thoracic Aorta: Comparison with in-vivo Data and Computational Fluid Dynamics in Identical Vessel Geometries

Christian Canstein1, Phillipe Cachot2, Alain Faust2, Aurelien Stalder1, Alex Frydrychowicz1, Jelena Bock1, Jürg Küffer2, Jürgen Hennig1, Michael Markl1
University Hospital Freiburg, 2Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz


14:30      3142         53                               Improved Body Phase Contrast imaging using a prospectively gated VIPR acquisition

Kevin Johnson1, Oliver Wieben1, Charles Mistretta1
University of Wisconsin-Madison


14:30      3143         54                               Quantitative Flow sensitive 4D MRI: Detailed Flow and 3D Wall Shear Stress Analysis in the Entire Normal Thoracic Aorta

Alex Frydrychowicz1, Max Russe1, Aurélien Stalder1, Andreas Harloff1, Alexander Berger1, Bernd Jung1, Jelena Bock1, Jürgen Hennig1, Michael Markl1, Mathias Langer1
University Hospital Freiburg


14:30      3144         55                               Calculation of Aorta Pressure Waveform from MRI Blood Flow Velocity Measurement

Yu Ding1, Subha Raman1, Orlando Simonetti1
1Ohio State University


14:30      3145         56                               Assessment of the Flow Dynamics Changes in Splanchnic Arteries in Patients with Median Arcuate Ligament Compression Using Time-Resolved Three-Dimensional Phase-Contrast MRI (4D-Flow) and a New Flow Analysis Application (Flova)

Yasuo Takehara1, Haruo Isoda1, Shuhei Yamashita1, Hiroyasu Takeda1, Yasuhide Ohkura2, Takashi Kosugi2, Masaya Hirano3, Marcus Alley4, Roland Bammer4, Harumi Sakahara1
Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, 2R's Tech Co. Ltd, 3GE Yokogawa Medical Systems, 4Stanford University


14:30      3146         49                               Advanced Quantitative Flow and Wall Shear Stress Analysis at 3T: 2D vs 3D time-resolved MR Velocity Mapping

Aurélien Stalder1, Max Russe1, Jelena Bock1, Jürgen Hennig1, Michael Markl1, Alex Frydrychowicz1
University Hospital Freiburg


15:00      3147         50                               Localized quantification of geometry, hemodynamics, and histology in a rat model of abdominal aortic aneurysm

Joan Greve1, Eiketsu Sho1, Maureen Tedesco1, Mary Draney Blomme1, Nathan Wilson1, Ronald Dalman1, Norbert Pelc1, Charles Taylor1
Stanford University


15:00      3148         51                               MRI-based Pulse Wave Velocity Measurement Using a 4D Aorta Model

Klaus Kirchberg1, Christine Lorenz1
Siemens Corporate Research


15:00      3149         52                               Truly non-invasive NMR determination of peripheral vascular resistance by combining dynamic angiography and arterial spin labeling techniques -
not available

Jacques Ménard1, Céline Baligand1, Eric Giacomini1, Didier Bertoldi1, Yves Fromes1, Pierre Carlier1
1Institute of Myology


15:00      3150         53                               Feasibility of pulse wave velocity measurement using ECG-triggered two-dimensional half-Fourier FSE - not available

Kiyomi Kuroki1, Katsumi Nakamura1, Akiyoshi Yamamoto1, Riichiro Nagashima1, Mitsue Miyazaki2
Tobata Kyoritsu Hospital, 2Toshiba America Medical Systems Co.


15:00      3151         54                               Clinical Utility of Flow Encoding Phase Contrast - MRI to Quantify the Exercise Induced Flow Reserve in Lower Extremities

Hosakote Nagaraj1, Amol S Pednekar2, Cecilia Corros1, Himanshu Gupta1, Steven Lloyd1
University of Alabama at Brmingham, 2Phillips Medical Systems, North America

15:00      3152         55                               A Novel Non-Contrast MRA Technique Using Time Spatial Labeling Inversion Pulse in Combination with Flow-Spoiled FBI for the Assessment of Small Arteries of the Finger
Jun Isogai1, Yasuyuki Kobayashi2, Yukihisa Ogawa2, Yasuo Nakajima2, Shizuki Maejima1, Takeshi Shimada1 , Hideo Hatakeyama1, Takashi Yamada1, Naoto Matsuo1, Kenji Yodo3, Tomoko Miyata3, Mitsuko Miyazaki3
1Hasuda Hospital, Hasuda, Saitama, Japan; 2 St.Marianna University School of Medicine, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; 3Toshiba Medical Systems, Saitama, Japan

15:00      3153         56                               Investigation of Efficacy of Depicting Deep Vein Thrombus (DVT) using Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (DWI) and Fresh Blood Imaging (FBI) Venography -
not available

Ritsuko Ando1, Tsutomu Manabe1, Satoru Tazawa1, Ko Matsumoto2, Mitsue Miyazaki3
Katta General Hospital, 2Miyagi Cancer Center, 3Toshiba America Medical Systems


15:00      3154         49                               Flow Mediated Vasodilatation Induced Brachial Artery Area Change versus Atherosclerotic Risk Factors

Yi Wang1, Bin Luo1, Saadi Siddiqi1, Chizor Iwuchukwu1, John Abela1, Marguerite Roth1, Nathaniel Reichek1
St. Franicis Hospital


15:00      3155         50                               BOLD MRI for assessment of tissue supply during reactive hyperemia in diabetic patients with severe peripheral arterial occlusive disease

Hermann Koerperich1, Stanley Kirana1, Peter Barth1, Monica Negrean1, Bernd Stratmann1, Jürgen Gieseke2, Dirk Lammers1, Alin Stirban1, Diethelm Tschöpe1, Wolfgang Burchert1
Heart and Diabetes Center, 2Philips Medical Systems


15:30      3156         51                               Automatic Reference Selection Method for Unsupervised Artery/Vein Separation in Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography

Francesco Santini1, Stephan Wetzel1, Klaus Scheffler1
University of Basel


15:30      3157         52                               Automatic volume field of view detection in non-selective, scoutless, multi-station MRA

Andres Carrillo1, Ajit Shankaranarayanan1, Jeffrey Stainsby1, Maggie Fung1, Wei Li2, Eugene Dunkle2, Robert Edelman2
GE Healthcare, 2Evanston Northwestern Healthcare


15:30      3158         53                               Robust Detection of Contrast Bolus Arrival in Time-Resolved Magnetic Resonance Angiography

Joshua Trzasko1, Stephen Riederer1, Armando Manduca1
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


15:30      3159         54                               A variable TR shells trajectory for better fat suppression in CE-MRA

Yunhong Shu1, Matt Bernstein1
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


15:30      3160         55                               MR angiography in rabbits: Comparison of a new blood pool contrast agent with Dotarem®

Sonja Kinner1, Stefan Maderwald1, Nina Blechschmid1, Sophia Göricke1, Juliane Albert1, Claire Corot2, Philippe Robert2, Jörg Barkhausen1
University Hospital Essen, 2Guerbet Research


15:30      3161         56                               Preclinical evaluation of P846, a new high-relaxivity low diffusible Gadolinium-based contrast agent, for contrast-enhanced MR angiography in rabbits at 1.5T

Kersten Peldschus1, Mareike Hamdorf1, Philippe Robert2, Gerhard Adam1, Christoph Herborn1
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, 2Guerbet Group