Novel Contrast Agents

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00

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13:30      3401         1                                      Improved Detection of Glycosaminoglycan Content in Cartilage Using PARACEST MRI Contrast Agents - not available

Yuguo Li1, Guanshu Liu1, Fei Dong1, Mark Pagel1
Case Western Reserve University


13:30      3402         2                                      Temperature Imaging with a MRI-PARACEST Contrast Agent: Eu-DOTAM-Gly-Phe

Alex Li1, Craig Jones1, Filip Wojciechowski2, Mojmir Suchy2, Robert Hudson2, Ravi Menon1, Robert Bartha1
Robarts Research Institute, 2The University of Western Ontario


13:30      3403         3                                      Size-dependent chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) in liposomes

Jason Zhao1, Yahel Har-el1, Mike McMahon1, Jinyuan Zhou1, A. Sherry2, George Sgouros1, Jeff Bulte1, Peter van Zijl1
Johns Hopkins University, 2University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center


13:30      3404         4                                      Optimal Properties of Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST) Contrast Agents

Phillip Zhe Sun1, Jinyuan Zhou2, Michael McMahon2, Peter van Zijl2
A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, 2The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology & Radiological Science, Johns Hopkins University


14:00      3405         1                                      Optimization of Intracellular Delivery of PARACEST Contrast Agents by Combining Liposomes and Cell Penetrating Peptides

Rachel Rosenblum1, Byunghee Yoo1, Mark Pagel1
Case Western Reserve University


14:00      3406         2                                      A Single PARACEST MRI Contrast Agent for Accurate in vivo pH Measurements

Guanshu Liu1, Yuguo Li1, Mark Pagel1
Case Western Reserve University


14:00      3407         3                                      Enzyme-Responsive PARACEST MRI Contrast Agents That Assess Subsets of the Human Degradome

Byunghee Yoo1, Vipul Sheth1, Manu Raam1, Mark Pagel1
Case Western Reserve University


14:00      3408         4                                      In vivo measurements of tissue Transglutaminase activity using new Contrast Material for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Galit Mazooz1, Lorenzo Tei2, Alessandro Barge2, Dorit Granot1, Mark Dewhirst3, Michal Neeman1, Silvio Aime2
Weizmann Institute of Science, 2University of Torino, 3Duke University Medical Center


14:30      3409         1                                      Non-invasive imaging of oxidized LDL using MDA2-labeled gadolinium immunomicelles

Karen Briley-Saebo1, Juan Gilberto Aguinaldo1, Esad Vucic1, Venketesh Mani1, Sotirios Tsimikas2, Zahi Fayad1
Mount Sinai School of medicine, 2University of California, San Diego


14:30      3410         2                                      Towards optical and MR imaging of vulnerable atherosclerotic plaques using bimodal quantum dots

Lenneke Prinzen1, Robbert-Jan Miserus2, Anouk Dirksen3, Remco Megens1, Kim Douma1, Tilman Hackeng1, Johan Heemskerk1, Eline Kooi2, Dick Slaaf1, Chris Reutelingsperger1, Marc van Zandvoort1
University of Maastricht, 2University Hospital Maastricht, 3The Scripps Research Institute



Jesus Pacheco-Torres1, Pilar Lopez-Larrubia1, Paloma Ballesteros2, Sebastian Cerdan1
1Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas "Alberto Sols" - CSIC, 2Instituto Universitario de Investigación - UNED


14:30      3412         4                                      MRI Contrast and Functional Properties of Novel Amphiphilic Triblock Polymer Coated Size Uniform and Tunable Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Hui Mao1, Andrew Wang2, Lily Yang1, Xianghong Peng1, Xiaoxia Wang1, Chunchun Ni1, William Yu3, Vicki Colvin3, Shuming Nie4
Emory University School of Medicine, 2Ocean NanoTech, LLC, 3Rice University, 4Emory-Georgia Tech


15:00      3413         1                                      Magnetic and MR Relaxation properties of Avidin-Biotin Conjugated Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles - not available

Ji-Ae Park1, Yongmin Chang2, jae-jun Lee1, In-sung kim1, Gang-Ho Lee3, Jin-Hyun Choi4, Hyeong-Cheol Ri1
Kyungpook National University, 2Department of Diagnostic Radiology, 3Department of Chemistry, 4Department of Natural Fiber Science


15:00      3414         2                                      The Magnetic Shielding Effect of Polymer Coated Nano-sized Iron Oxide - not available

Jae-Jun Lee1, Ji-Ae Park1, Yongmin Chang2, Gang-Ho Lee3, Jin-Hyun Choi4, Hyeong-Cheol Ri1
Kyungpook National University, 2Department of Diagnostic Radiology, 3Department of Chemistry, 4Department of Natural Fiber Science


15:00      3415         3                                      Structure effect of biodegradable macromolecular MRI contrast agents on tumor MR imaging in an animal tumor model

Yuda Zong1, Eun-Kee Jeong1, Dennis Parker1, Zheng-Rong Lu1
1University of Utah


15:00      3416         4                                      Gold nanoparticles for MRI

Pierre-Jean Debouttičre1, Stéphane Roux1, Francis Vocanson1, Claire Billotey1, Olivier Beuf1, Roger Lamartine1, Pascal Perriat2, Olivier Tillement1
1Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, 2INSA de Lyon


Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00

13:30      3417         5                                      Self-Gated Multi-Animal Cardiac Cine Imaging

Emilio Esparza-Coss1, Marc Ramirez1, James Bankson1
1The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center


13:30      3418         6                                      Physiologically Improved NCAT Phantom (PINCAT) Enables in-Silico Study of the Effects of Beat-to-Beat Variability on Cardiac MR

Behzad Sharif1, Yoram Bresler1
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


13:30      3419         7                                      Whole Heart Cine MRI Using Real-Time Respiratory Self-Gating

Sergio Uribe1, Vivek Muthurangu2, Redha Boubertakh1, Tobias Schaeffter1, Reza Razavi1, Derek.  L. G. Hill3, Michael Hansen2
King’s College London, 2University College London,, 3University College London


13:30      3420         8                                      Faulty trigger and motion artifact canceling in cardiac MRI using SPACE-RIP

Pierre-André Vuissoz1, Freddy Odille1, Cédric Pasquier1, William Hoge2, Walid Kyriakos2, Jacques Felblinger1
Nancy University; INSERM ERI 13, 2Brigham and Women's Hospital


13:30      3421         9                                      Correcting artifacts in high temporal- and spatial-resolution dynamic abdominal studies using UNFOLD: A potential tool for improving perfusion quantification of DCE-MR investigations

Keiko Miyazaki1, James d'Arcy1, David Atkinson2, David Hawkes2, D-M Koh1, Martin Leach1, David Collins1
Institute of Cancer Research, 2University College London


13:30      3422         10                                    Correcting for Translational Motion in 3D Projection Reconstruction: Revisited

Ibrahim Khansa1, Kevin Johnson1, Charles Mistretta1, Oliver Wieben1
University of Wisconsin-Madison


13:30      3423         11                                    Prospective Motion Compensation with Floating Navigators

Wei Lin1, Hee Song1
University of Pennsylvania


13:30      3424         12                                    The Effect of Navigator Resolution on Registration Accuracy in Rigid Head Motion Correction

Murat Aksoy1, Chunlei Liu1, Mike Moseley1, Roland Bammer1
Stanford University


14:00      3425         5                                      Multiple Overlapping k-space Junctions for Investigating Translating Objects (MOJITO)

Candice Bookwalter1, Mark Griswold2, Jeffrey Sunshine2, Jeffrey Duerk2
Case Western Reserve University, 2University Hospitals of Cleveland


14:00      3426         6                                      TRELLIS Motion Correction: Initial Results In Vivo

Julian Maclaren1, Philip Bones1, Rick Millane1, Richard Watts1
University of Canterbury


14:00      3427         7                                      Adaptive phase-unwrapping improves myocardial motion tracking with displacement-encoded MRI

Han Wen1
National Institutes of Health


14:00      3428         8                                      3-Dimensional Navigators for Motion Tracking and Correction in 3D Radial Imaging

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


14:00      3429         9                                      Rapid prospective motion correction using principal axes computations

Naveen Bajaj1, Manojkumar Saranathan1

1Indian Institute of Science


14:00      3430         10                                    Reducing artefacts by inverting the effects of non-rigid motion during a free-breathing liver scan

Mark White1, David Atkinson1, Philip Batchelor2, William Crum1, Sergio Uribe2, Tobias Schaeffter2, David Collins3, Martin Leach3, David Hawkes1
UCL, 2Kings College London, 3Institute of Cancer Research


14:00      3431         11                                    Combined Rotational/Translational Motion Correction using EXTRACT for High-Resolution Trabecular Bone Imaging

Wei Lin1, Hee Song1
University of Pennsylvania


14:00      3432         12                                    3D rigid body motion correction in k-space

Mauro Costagli1, R. Waggoner1, Ken'ichi Ueno1, Keiji Tanaka1, Kang Cheng1
RIKEN Brain Science Institute


14:30      3433         5                                      Automated Single-Volume Shimming in the Presence of Shim Field Imperfections

Laura Sacolick1, Kevin Koch1, Douglas Rothman1, Robin de Graaf1
1Yale University


14:30      3434         6                                      An Improved Pyrolytic Graphite Foam for Tissue Susceptibility Matching in MRI

Rachana Shah1, Alex Chen1, Lizabeth Li2, Brian Hargreaves2, Steven Conolly1
UC Berkeley, 2Stanford University


14:30      3435         7                                      A fast and accurate off-resonance correction method for spiral imaging

Weitian Chen1, Craig Meyer1
University of Virginia


14:30      3436         8                                      Validation of a 2D Region-Growing Phase Unwrapping Program

Stephan Witoszynskyj1, Alexander Rauscher1, Jürgen Reichenbach1, Markus Barth2
Friedrich Schiller University Jena, 2FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging


14:30      3437         9                                      Improved Correction for TR Variation in Cardiac Gated fMRI Using Unscented Kalman Filter

Jaemin Shin1, Xiaoping Hu1
Georgia Tech/Emory University


14:30      3438         10                                    Verifying visual fixation to improve fMRI with predictive eye estimation regression (PEER)

Stephen LaConte1, Christopher Glielmi1, Keith Heberlein2, Xiaoping Hu1
Emory University / Georgia Institute of Technology, 2Siemens Medical Solutions


14:30      3439         11                                    Effects of Simultaneous EEG Recording on MRI Data Quality.

Karen Mullinger1, Andreas Bungert1, Ron Coxon1, David Foxhall2, Stefan Debener3, Paul Morgan1, Richard Bowtell1
University of Nottingham, 2Philips Medical Systems, 3Department of Otolaryngology Royal South Hampshire Hospital


14:30      3440         12                                    Detection and correction of spikes in fMRI data - not available

Oliver Josephs1, Nikolaus Weiskopf1, Ralf Deichmann1
University College London


15:00      3441         5                                      Improved Artifact Correction for Combined EEG/fMRI

Karen Mullinger1, Paul Morgan1, Richard Bowtell1
University of Nottingham


15:00      3442         6                                      Correction of Physiological Noise on fMRI Time Series Using a Cyclic Retrospective Correction at Short TRs

Arsene ELLA1, Jochen Rick1, Maxim Zaitsev1, Jürgen Hennig1, Oliver Speck2
1University Hospital Freiburg, 2Otto-von-Guericke University


15:00      3443         7                                      Wavelet-based denoising of images acquired with parallel-MRI techniques

Ioannis Delakis1, Hammad Omer1, Richard Kitney1
Imperial College London


15:00      3444         8                                      Quadrature TV+L<sub>1</sub> Regularization for MR Image Denoising

Joshua Trzasko1, Armando Manduca1
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


15:00      3445         9                                      Accurate Noise Bias Correction Applied to Individual Pixels

Arturo Cardenas-Blanco1, Marzieh Nezamzadeh2, Claire Foottit2, Ian Cameron3
1Ottawa Health Research Institute, 2Carleton University, 3The Ottawa Hospital


15:00      3446         10                                    Quantization noise in MRI acquisition

Rodrigo Cádiz1, Cristián Tejos1, Pablo Irarrázaval1, Marcelo Guarini1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile


15:00      3447         11                                    Reduction of the Transient Oscillations in Alternating-TR SSFP

Tolga Cukur1, Brian Hargreaves1, Dwight Nishimura1
Stanford University


15:00      3448         12                                    A Simple Method Of Improving MPRAGE Inversion Coverage at 7T

Christopher Wiggins1
Massachusetts General Hospital

Relaxation & Quantification

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3449         13                                    T2* Relaxometry for Quantitative 3.0 T MR imaging of Iron Deposits in Alzheimer’s Disease Brain

Rui Wang1, Saying Li1, Min Chen1, Cheng Zhou1
Beijing Hospital


13:30      3450         14                                    Comparison of Navigator-Gated and Breath-Held Measurements of R2, R2*, and R2' for the Assessment of Hepatic and Myocardial Iron Content

Ruitian Song1, Alan Cohen2, Hee Kwon Song1
1University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 2Children Hospital of Philadelphia


13:30      3451         15                                    Quantification of Ferritin Iron in Presence of Hemosiderin

Jens Jensen1, Sri Swaminathan2, Christina Tosti3, Kamila Szulc1, Kriste Hultman3, Ed Wu4, Alvaro Nunez1, Sujit Sheth3, Gary Brittenham3, Truman Brown3
New York University School of Medicine, 2Philips Medical Systems, 3Columbia University, 4The University of Hong Kong


13:30      3452         16                                    Correlation time mapping of the human brain: a new application of the mixed-TSE pulse sequence

Hernan Jara1, Osamu Sakai2
Boston University School of Medicine, 2Bsoton University School of Medicine


14:00      3453         13                                    In vivo MRI Using Positive Contrast Techniques for Tracking of SPIO Labeled Cells

Wei Liu1, Hannes Dahnke2, E Jordan3, Tobias Schaeffter2, Joseph Frank3
Philips Research North America, 2Philips Research Europe, 3National Institutes of Health


14:00      3454         14                                    A Contrast-ENhanced Timing Robust Acquisition order with a Preparation of the LongitUdinal Signal Component, CENTRA+, for 3D Contrast Enhanced Abdominal Imaging

Gabriele Beck1, Jan De Becker1, Alun Jones1
1Philips Medical Systems


14:00      3455         15                                    Amide proton transfer (APT) imaging using saturation transfer versus inversion transfer -- which is better?

Phillip Zhe Sun1, Jinyuan Zhou2, Judy Huang3, Thomas Benner1, Gregory Sorensen1, Peter van Zijl2
A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, 2Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology & Radiological Science, Johns Hopkins University, 3Department of Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins University


14:00      3456         16                                    Comparison of Conventional and Phase Enhanced T2* Weighted Gradient Echo Imaging for the Detection of Iron-Oxide Nanoparticles at Low Nano-Molar Concentrations

Ravi Seethamraju1, Kenneth Kwong2, David Sosnovik2
Siemens Medical Solutions, 2Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging


14:30      3457         13                                    Strategies to Improve Temporal Resolution of PARACEST MRI

Guanshu Liu1, Mark Pagel1
Case Western Reserve University


14:30      3458         14                                    Edge detection using sub-sampled k-space data: application to upper airway MRI

Yoon-Chul Kim1, Jon-Fredrik Nielsen1, Shrikanth Narayanan1, Krishna Nayak1
University of Southern California


14:30      3459         15                                    Magnetization Exchange (MEX) MRI: a Clinically Viable Protein-based Imaging Method

Uzi Eliav1, Itamar Ronen2, Kevin Hallock2, Dae-Shik Kim2, Gil Navon1
Tel Aviv University, 2Boston University School of Medicine


14:30      3460         16                                    A comparison between quantitative models of pulsed-MT

Mara Cercignani1


15:00      3461         13                                    Direct Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide via 1H CEST-MRI

Shanrong Zhang1
University of Washington


15:00      3462         14                                    Fast three-dimensional magnetization transfer imaging at 3T

Stefan Ropele1, Christian Enzinger1, Gernot Reishofer1, Rudolf Stollberger1, Franz Fazekas1
Medical University Graz


15:00      3463         15                                    MR Assessment of Multi-Modal Targeted Contrast Agent

Tim Larson1, Douglas Webb2, Konstantin Sokolov1, James Bankson2
The University of Texas, 2The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center


15:00      3464         16                                    Unexpected magnetisation transfer to aliphatic resonances in Z-spectroscopy in model systems and in vivo

Penny Hubbard1, Johanna Närväinen2, Risto Kauppinen3, Gareth Morris1
University of Manchester, 2University of Kuopio, 3University of Birmingham

fMRI Analysis

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3465         17                                    A comparison of effective connectivity results obtained from structural equation modeling, autoregressive analysis, and Granger causality using simulated fMRI data

Suzanne Witt1, Baxter Rogers2, M Meyerand1
University of Wisconsin, 2Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science


13:30      3466         18                                    Brain state classification of rapid event-related fMRI using mixed models

Stephen LaConte1, Yasser Kadah2, Xiaoping Hu1
1Emory University / Georgia Institute of Technology, 2Cairo University


13:30      3467         19                                    Finer Discrimination of brain activation

Zonglei Zhen1, Jie Tian1, Hui Zhang1
1Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences


13:30      3468         20                                    Adaptive fMRI Data Filtering Based on Tissue and Signal Similarities

Joakim Rydell1, Hans Knutsson1, Magnus Borga1
Linköping University


14:00      3469         17                                    Social network analysis of functional connectivity

Shella Keilholz1
Emory University


14:00      3470         18                                    Comparison of Seed-ROI Based Correlation Analysis and Independent Component  Analysis in Quantification of Resting-State Brain Networks

Michael  Amann1, Jochen Hirsch1, Achim Gass1
Universitätsspital Basel


14:00      3471         19                                    Spatial Fuzzy Clustering of fMRI SPMs Using MRF's

Lili He1, Ian Greenshields1
University of Connecticut


14:00      3472         20                                    Cluster Analysis of fMRI Activation Pattern in a Visual and Auditory Naming Task

Michael Erb1, Birte Steven2, Simon Leins1, Wolfgang Grodd1
1University of Tuebingen, 2University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf


14:30      3473         17                                    ROC Analysis Improves CMRO<sub>2</sub> Estimation for Rehabilitation Subjects

Christopher Glielmi1, Ronald Schuchard2, Stephen Laconte1, Xiaoping Hu1
Georgia Institute of Technology / Emory University, 2VA Medical Center


14:30      3474         18                                    Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Inverse Imaging using Linear Constrained Minimum Variance Beamformer

Fa-Hsuan Lin1, Matti Hamalainen1, Thomas Witzel1, Thomas Witzel1, Lawrence Wald1, John Belliveau1
Massachusetts General Hospital


14:30      3475         19                                    Correcting for Expired Carbon Dioxide Level Does Not Improve FMRI Repeatability for Motor Studies

James Ibinson1, Keith Vogt2, Robert Small3, David Beversdorf3, Petra Schmalbrock3
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2The Ohio State University, 3The Ohio State University Medical Center


14:30      3476         20                                    Neurovascular Metabolism Coupling in the Human Visual Cortex: A biophysical BOLD fMRI model comparison

Clarisse Mark1, Gilbert Pike1
Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University


15:00      3477         17                                    Evidence for systematic within-subject head motion in fMRI and its measurement with maximum voxel displacement - not available

Mani Fazeli1, Stephen Strother1
Baycrest Center


15:00      3478         18                                    Ranking and Averaging Independent Component Analysis by Reproducibility (RAICAR)

Zhi Yang1, Stephen LaConte1, Xuchu Weng2, Xiaoping Hu1
1GA Tech/Emory Univ., 2Chinese Academy of Sciences


15:00      3479         19                                    Independent Component Analysis of fMRI Data - Assessing Reliability

Radu Mutihac1
University of Bucharest


15:00      3480         20                                    Integrated Local Correlation: a New Measure of Local Coherence in fMRI Data

Gopikrishna Deshpande1, Stephen LaConte1, Scott Peltier1, Xiaoping Hu1
1Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

Technical Developments and Applications of Perfusion in the Brain

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3481         21                                    The Effect of Radiation on Normal Appearing Gray and White Matter after Treatment for Low Grade Gliomas using Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI

Mohammad Haris1, Shantanu Sapru1, KJ Das1, Anup Singh2, M Raj1, Divya Rathore2, Shaleen Kumar1, Ram Rathore2, Rakesh Gupta1
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology


13:30      3482         22                                    Simplified perfusion quantification for arterial spin labeling in case of whole brain coverage

Jaco Zwanenburg1, Jeroen Hendrikse1, Peter Jan van Laar1, Peter Luijten1
1Univerisity Medical Center Utrecht


13:30      3483         23                                    Rapid Measurement of Transit Time, CBF, M0 and T1 With Turbo-CASL - not available

Gregory Lee1, Luis Hernandez-Garcia1, Douglas Noll1
1University of Michigan


13:30      3484         24                                    Reduction of Random and Systematic Errors in ASL Quantitative Perfusion Maps using image Denoising

Jack Wells1, David Thomas1, Alan Connelly2, Martin King1, Mark Lythgoe1, Fernando Calamante2
University College London, 2Brain Research Institute


13:30      3485         25                                    Denoising of Perfusion Arterial Spin Labeling Data by Wavelet-Domain Filtering

Adnan Bibic1, Linda Knutsson2, Karin Markenroth3, Freddy Stĺhlberg1, Ronnie Wirestam1
Lund University, 2MR Division Lund University Hospital, 3Philips Medical Systems


13:30      3486         26                                    Evaluation of 3D-EPI PULSAR with and without Background Suppression  Inversion Recovery Pulse

Neville Gai1, S. Talagala2, Xavier Golay3, Frank Hoogenraad4, John Butman1
NIH, 2NINDS, 3Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, 4Philips Medical Systems


13:30      3487         27                                    Cardiac Gated ASL: Effects of CBF Pulsatility on the ASL Perfusion Signal

Divya Bolar1, Thomas Benner2, Elfar Adalsteinsson1, A Sorensen1
Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, 2MGH/HMS/MIT Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging


13:30      3488         28                                    Simulating the tagging process in Velocity-Selective ASL

Daniel Gallichan1, Peter Jezzard1
University of Oxford


14:00      3489         21                                    Flow Enhancement of Signal Intensity (FENSI): Validation of localized flow measurements

Bradley Sutton1, Cheng Ouyang1, Dimitrios Karampinos1, John Georgiadis1, Luisa Ciobanu1
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


14:00      3490         22                                    Subtraction errors in regional perfusion imaging using a single control aquisition

Ivan Zimine1, Esben Petersen1, Xavier Golay1
1National Neuroscience Institute


14:00      3491         23                                    Possible evidence for multiple vascular pathways in cerebral ASL perfusion measurements

Michael Chappell1, Daniel Gallichan1, Mark Woolrich1
University of Oxford


14:00      3492         24                                    Transversal Relaxation Effects on Arterial Spin Labeling Investigated by Dual Echo Pseudo Continuous ASL

Wouter Teeuwisse1, Jeroen van der Grond1, Mark van Buchem1, Matthias van Osch1
1Leiden University Medical Centre


14:00      3493         25                                    Automated Data Processing for Quantitative Cerebral Hemodynamics with Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast Perfusion-Weighted Imaging

Quan Zhu1, Weili Lin2
Duke University, 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


14:00      3494         26                                    A Log-normal dispersion model for parametric deconvolution of DSC-MRI images: assessment on simulated data

Francesca Zanderigo1, Alessandra Bertoldo1, Claudio Cobelli1
1University of Padova


14:00      3495         27                                    Reliability of Deconvolution Methods and Parameter Formulas For DSC-MRI Brain-Perfusion Maps

Matus Straka1, Roland Bammer1, Gregory Albers2
Stanford University School Of Medicine, 2Stanford University Medical Center


14:00      3496         28                                    Global vs Local Arterial Input Function

Jinesh Jain1, Wilburn Reddick1
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


14:30      3497         21                                    Effect of AIF distortion and delay on CBF estimation using FT based MMSE deconvolution technique

Unal Sakoglu1, Rohit Sood1
University of New Mexico


14:30      3498         22                                    A Functional Form for Arterial Input Function Modelling including an Explicit Arterial Recirculation Phase

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


14:30      3499         23                                    Reproducibility of Quantitative Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement Using Contrast Agent

Wanyong Shin1, Jessy Moinnes1, Ann Ragin1, Matthew Walker1, Timothy Carroll1
Northwestern University


14:30      3500         24                                    User-Independent Perfusion Post-Processing Using Gradient Echo and Spin Echo EPI at 1.5 T and 3.0 T

Jessy Mouannes (Moinnes)1, Wanyong Shin1, Timothy Carroll1

14:30      3501         25                                    The Impact of Imperfect Saturation and Inflow on Perfusion Input Function

Irene Mikkelsen1, Göran Starck2, Kerstin Lagerstrand2, Maria Widmark3, Eva Forssell-Aronsson2
University of Gothenburg, 2Göteborg University, 3Sahlgrenska University Hospital


14:30      3502         26                                    Improvement of the Specificity of DCE-MRI Using a Dynamic Optical Imaging System

Mehmet Unlu1, Gultekin Gulsen1, Ozlem Birgul1, Min-Ying Su1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California


14:30      3503         27                                    Combined MR and Diffuse Optical Tomography for Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Imaging

Gultekin Gulsen1, Mehmet Unlu1, Ozlem Birgul1, Orhan Nalcioglu1
University of California


14:30      3504         28                                    High Resolution PWI of the Brain; Comparison with SWI, MRA, and T1-CBV images - not available

Kohsuke Kudo1, Meng Li1, Carlo Ciulla2, Elena Manova2, Zahid Latif1, Jiani Hu1, Mark Haacke2
Wayne State University, Harper Hospital,
                                2Wayne State University


15:00      3505         21                                    Histogram analysis of cerebral dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced perfusion MRI data in moyamoya arteriopathy and correlation with MRA findings

Jörg Ederle1, John Thornton1, Joan Grieve1, Vijeya Ganesan2, Martin Brown1, H Jäger1
UCL Institute of Neurology, 2UCL Institute of Child Health


15:00      3506         22                                    Contrast-enhanced first pass perfusion MR imaging in patients with subclinical hepatic encephalopathy

T Li1, L Ma1
1PLA General Hospital


15:00      3507         23                                    Increased brain perfusion following an acute dose of alcohol

Renate Grüner1, Hilde Gundersen2, Heidi Wageningen2, Kenneth Hugdahl2
1Haukeland University Hospital, 2University of Bergen


15:00      3508         24                                    Tissue Perfusion Changes and Neuropsychological Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis

Matilde Inglese1, Sumita Adhya1, Glyn Johnson1, James Babb1, Laura Miles1, Hina Jaggi1, Joseph Herbert1, Robert Grossman1
New York University


15:00      3509         25                                    Radiation Induced Changes in Perfusion Metrics in Low Grade Glioma using Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI

Mohammad Haris1, Shantanu Sapru1, KJ Das1, Anup Singh2, M Raj1, Divya Rathore2, Shaleen Kumar1, Ram Rathore2, Rakesh Gupta1
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology


15:00      3510         26                                    MR Perfusion Imaging and Intensity- Time Curve Analysis  in Cerebral Tumors

Bejoy Thomas1, Thamburaj Krishnamoorthy1, Arun Gupta1, Chandrasekharan Kesavadas1, V Radhakrishnan1, Tirur Kapilamoorthy1
Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology


15:00      3511         27                                    3D Spiral In/Out Arterial Spin-Labeled Perfusion Measurement

John Ollinger1, Andrew Alexander1
University of Wisconsin


15:00      3512         28                                    Segmentation of Gd-DTPA Enhancing Lesion of Brain using Time to Peak of Concentration Time Curve and its Pharmacokinetic Analysis in Dynamic Contrast Enhanced (DCE) MRI

Anup Singh1, RKS Rathore1, RK Gupta2, Mohammad Haris2, Divya Rathore1, Sanjay Verma1, Ankur Purwar1, Getaneh Bayu1, Manoj Sarma1, Jitesh Singh1

Advances, Acquisitions & Artifacts in Diffusion MRI

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3513         29                                    Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Auditory Neural Pathway in Patients with Sensori-neural Hearing Loss

Kavindra Nath1, Rajan Syal1, Mohammad Haris1, Amit Goyal1, Ankur Purwar2, Divya Rathore2, Ram Rathore2, Rakesh Gupta1
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology


13:30      3514         30                                    Bulk motion independent analyses of water diffusion change in brain during cardiac cycle - not available

Tosiaki Miyati1, Masato Yamada1, Harumasa Kasai2, Tomoya Nakamura3, Mitsuhito Mase4, Masaki Hara2, Kazuo Yamada4, Yuta Shibamoto2, Yuriko Suzuki5, Marc Van Cauteren5
Graduate School of Medical Science, Kanazawa University, 2Nagoya City University Hospital, 3Tokai University Hachioji Hospital, 4Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 5Philips M


13:30      3515         31                                    From Tractography to Graph Tracking

Ofer Pasternak1, Shlomi Lifshits1, Yaniv Assaf1
Tel-Aviv University


13:30      3516         32                                    A fast  Principal Direction Imaging method from Diffusion Weighted Images - not available

Philip Batchelor1, David Atkinson2, Tobias Schaeffter1, Reza Razavi1


13:30      3517         33                                    Comparison of diffusion weighted image distortion correction

Liqin Wang1, David Kim1, Julia Patriarche1, Bradley Erickson1
Mayo clinic


13:30      3518         34                                    Comparison of distortion correction methods for EPI diffusion tensor MRI

Mara Cercignani1, Karl Embleton2, Geoff Parker2
UCL, 2University of Manchester


13:30      3519         35                                    Registration of High Order Diffusion Tensor Imaging Based On Apparent Diffusion Coefficients - not available

Zhongle Wu1, James Gee2, Tony Simon1
University of California Davis, 2University of Pennsylvania


13:30      3520         36                                    Efficient All-Direction Eddy Current Correction for DTI Using Orthogonal Basis Sets

Bin Chen1, Allen Song1
1Duke University


14:00      3521         29                                    Heterogeneity of DTI Diffusion Anisotropy in the Myocardium

Yi Jiang1, Julius Guccione2, Mark Ratcliffe2, Edward Hsu3
Duke University, 2University of California, 3University of Utah


14:00      3522         30                                    Measuring human gastrocnemius pennation angle utlizing most likely pathway distributions in diffusion tensor imaging

Anthony Sherbondy1, Silvia Blemker2, Edith Arnold1, Sandy Napel1, Scott Delp1, Garry Gold1
Stanford University, 2University of Virginia


14:00      3523         31                                    DTI Study of Postinfarct Myocardium Structural Remodeling in Porcine Model

Yin Wu1, Hung Tse1, Ed Wu1
The University of Hong Kong


14:00      3524         32                                    Comparison of whole body MR-DWI and Scintigraphy in detecting bone metastases

xian Xu1, lin Ma1, liuquan Cheng1, fei Sun2
1Chinese PLA General Hospital, 2GE Healthcare China


14:00      3525         33                                    Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Patients with Fulminant Hepatic Failure

Kavindra Nath1, Rakesh Gupta1, Richa Trivedi1, Vijan Rai1, Radhakrishna Yellapu1, Vivek Saraswat1, Ankur Purwar2, Divya Rathore2, Ram Rathore2
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology


14:00      3526         34                                    Retrograde Wallerian Degeneration of Cranial Corticospinal Tracts in Cervical Spinal Cord Injury Patients using Diffusion Tensor Imaging

Saurabh Guleria1, Rakesh Gupta1, Sona Saksena1, Anil Chandra2, Ankur Purwar3, Divya Rathore3, Mazhar Husain2, Ram Rathore3, Ponnada Narayana4
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2King George's Medical University, 3Indian Institute of Technology, 4University of Texas, Medical School at Houston


14:00      3527         35                                    Evaluation of affected fiber structures in rat infiltrative glioma with Diffusion-Tensor MR fiber tracking method: immunohistochemical correlation

Ryuta Ito1, Satoshi Nakasu1, Keizo Bun1, Shigehiro Morikawa1, Toshiro Inubushi1, Kiyoshi Murata1
Shiga University of Medical Science


14:00      3528         36                                    Injury to corpus callosum development with hypoxia: A behavioral DTI study on C57B/L6 mice

Halima Chahboune1, Laura Ment1, William Stewart1, Douglas Rothman1, Michael Schwartz1, Fahmeed Hyder1
Yale University School of Medicine


14:30      3529         29                                    Changes in DTI Metrics in Normal Appearing White Matter and Gray Matter after Radiotherapy in Patients with Low Grade Glioma

Mohammad Haris1, Shantanu Sapru1, KJ Das1, M Raj1, Ankur Purwar2, Divya Rathore2, Shaleen Kumar1, Ram Rathore2, Rakesh Gupta1
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology


14:30      3530         30                                    Rigid Head Motion Correction for DTI Using Non-Linear Conjugate Gradient

Murat Aksoy1, Chunlei Liu1, Roland Bammer1
Stanford University


14:30      3531         31                                    Increased Cortical Fractional Anisotropy is a marker of Infection in meningitis patients associated with Brain Abscess

Kavindra Nath1, Richa Trivedi1, Rakesh Gupta1, Kashi Prasad1, Mazhar Husain2, Ponnada Narayana3
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2King George's Medical University, 3University of Texas Medical School at Houston


14:30      3532         32                                    Diffuse Axonal Injury in Corpus Callosum and Internal Capsule in Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Raj Kumar1, Rakesh Gupta2, Merlin Margaret2, Mazhar Husain1, Khader Hasan3, Atul Agarwal1, Ponnada Narayana3
King George's Medical University, 2Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 3University of Texas, Medical School at Houston


14:30      3533         33                                    Cell Swelling Model Reproduces DWI Signal Change in Acute Stroke

Sharon Peled1, Ferenc Jolesz1
Brigham and Women's Hospital


14:30      3534         34                                    A Pilot Investigation of Voxel Based Diffusion Tensor MRI and Cognitive Correlates in Low Grade Hepatic Encephalopathic Patients

Michael Thomas1, Rajesh Kumar1, Virginia Elderkin-Thompson1, Claudia Kirsch1, Barry Guze1, Steve Han1, Rakesh Gupta1
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA


14:30      3535         35                                    Development of a Temperature Controlled Anisotropic Diffusion Phantom

Carolin Reischauer1, Philipp Staempfli1, Thomas Jaermann1, Spyros Kollias2, Peter Boesiger1
ETH and University of Zurich, 2University Hospital Zurich


14:30      3536         36                                    Quantifying Therapy Effects on Diffusional Permeability in Human Bruch’s Membrane Explants by MRI

Julian Tyszka1, Changjun Yu1, Ilene Sugino2, Marco Zarbin2, Scott Fraser1, Daniel Schwartz3
California Institute of Technology, 2New Jersey Medical School, 3University of California, San Francisco


15:00      3537         29                                    The Benefit of Reduced FOV Diffusion Imaging with and without SENSE

Bertram Wilm1, Urs Gamper1, Martin Buehrer1, Klaas Pruessmann1, Roger Luchinger1, Spyros Kollias2, Peter Boesiger1
Institute for Biomedical Engineering, 2Institute of Neuroradiology


15:00      3538         30                                    Volumetric q-space map by Fast 3D DWI.

Keigo Hikishima1, Tomokazu Numano2, Kazuhiro Homma1, Naotaka Nitta1, Tetsu Nakatani1, Koji Hyodo1, Kazuo Yagi2
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST), 2Tokyo Metropolitan University


15:00      3539         31                                    16-Channel Parallel DTI at 7T: Initial Experiments

Carolin Reischauer1, Thomas Jaermann1, Philipp Staempfli1, Klaas Pruessmann1, Michael Thompson2, Peter Boesiger1
ETH and University of Zurich, 2Philips Medical Systems


15:00      3540         32                                    Improved diffusion measurement in heterogeneous systems using the new magic asymmetric gradient stimulated echo (MAGSTE) technique - not available

Phillip Zhe Sun1, A Gregory Sorensen1
Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging


15:00      3541         33                                    UMMRIS - Particle-based MR Simulation Framework

Tobias Kober1, Daniel Gembris1, Reinhard Männer1
University of Mannheim


15:00      3542         34                                    Correlation of Diffusion Tensor Imaging with Neuro-chemical Changes in Low Grade Hepatic Encephalopathy

Michael Thomas1, Rajesh Kumar1, Nagarajan Rajakumar1, Barry Guze1, Amir Huda2, Steve Han1, Rakesh Gupta1
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 2California State University-Fresno


15:00      3543         35                                    Combined EEG and MRI measurements in a rat model of neonatal hypoxia-ischemia

Ward Jennekens1, Maurits van Meer2, Rick Dijkhuizen2, Pieter Wijn1
1Eindhoven University of Technology, 2University Medical Center


15:00      3544         36                                    Diffusion tensor imaging in Patients with Acute-on-chronic liver failure

Kavindra Nath1, Rakesh Gupta1, Richa Trivedi1, Radhakrishna Yellapu1, Vijan Rai1, Vivek Saraswat1, Ankur Purwar2, Divya Rathore2, Ram Rathore2
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, 2Indian Institute of Technology

Body:  Hepatobiliary, GI, and Women's Imaging

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3545         37                                    Effect of initial hepatic glycogen concentration and resulting plasma glucose concentration on the route of glycogen synthesis in vivo in Wistar rats: a 13C NMR Study

Jane Halliday1, Sue Loxham1, Carsten Liess1, Jean Tessier1, Simon Poucher1


13:30      3546         38                                    Effects of short-term high fat diet on rat liver triglyceride content using in vivo 1H MRS
Teresa Delgado1, M. Margarida Castro1, Carlos Geraldes1, Pilar Lopez-Larrubia2, Sebastián Cerdán2, John Jones3
1NMR Research Unit, Center for Neurosciences and Cell Biology, 2Laboratorio de Resonancia Magnética, Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, 3Center for Neurosciences and Cell Biology of Coimbra


13:30      3547         39                                    Noninvasive quantitation of liver triglycerides in steatosis patients using MR methods - not available

Martin Ruel1, Luigi Lepanto1, Marc Bilodeau1, Yvan Boulanger1
1Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal


13:30      3548         40                                    Reproducibility of in vivo  localized MRI and MRS measurements in human liver

Marzena Wylezinska1, Jeremy Cobbold1, Nayna Patel1, Jane Cox1, Joe Hajnal1, Simon Taylor-Robinson1
Hammersmith Hospital,  Imperial College London


13:30      3549         41                                    Potential of Gd-EOB-DTPA for differential diagnosis of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and fatty liver in rats using magnetic resonance imaging

Natsuko Tsuda1, Masahiro Okada2, Takamichi Murakami2
Nihon Schering K.K., 2Kinki University School of Medicine


13:30      3550         42                                    High Resolution MR-Elastography to diagnose Liver Fibrosis and Hepatic Steatosis in Rats

Najat Salameh1, Bernard Van Beers1, Benoit Larrat2, Isabelle Leclercq1, Mathieu Pernot3, Jorge Abarca1, Ralph Sinkus2
Université Catholique de Louvain, 2ESPCI, 3Supersonic Imagine


13:30      3551         43                                    Nondiffuse Fatty Infiltration of the Liver: Does the Uptake of Iron-oxide Increase or Decrease at SPIO-enhanced MR Imaging ? - not available

Hideko Sasai1, Katsuyoshi Ito1, Masahiro Tanabe1, Ayame Shimizu1, Takeshi Fujita1, Naofumi Matsunaga1
Yamagichi University Graduate School of Medicine


13:30      3552         44                                    Evaluation of the Applicability of Magnetization Transfer Contrast as an Indicator of the Degree of Liver Fibrosis in Rats with Carbon Tetrachloride (CCl4)-Induced Liver Fibrosis/Cirrhosis - not available

Hyeonjin Kim1, Carmen Booth1, Alexander Pinus1, Andrew Lee1, Pengyu Chen1, Yuenan Wang1, Maolin Qiu1, Philip Murphy2, R Constable1
Yale University, 2Pfizer


14:00      3553         37                                    Biliary anatomy evaluation of potential living liver donors: comparison of high-resolution magnetic resonance cholangiography and multislice-CT cholangiography

Sonja Kinner1, Susanne Ladd1, Jörg Barkhausen1, Arnold Radtke1, Sarah Lunkeit1, Camino Valentin-Gamazo1, Tobias Schröder1
University Hospital Essen


14:00      3554         38                                    MR findings of acute gangrenous cholecystitis - not available

Masako Nagayama1, Yuji Watanabe1, Akira Okumura1, Yoshiki Amoh1, Takayoshi Ishimori1, Tadashi Nakanishi1, Koya Nakatani1, Rika Yoshida1, Shinsaku Yata1, Shigeo Ichihashi1, Michio Yoshimura1, Masako Yuki1, Kazushige Oda1, Yoshihiro Dodo1
Kurashiki Central Hospital


14:00      3555         39                                    Focal lesions detected by B ultrasound but not by MRI in liver: follow-up study

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


14:00      3556         40                                    Respiratory Variation of the Extrahepatic Bile Duct: Evaluation with Deep Inspiratory and Expiratory MRCP - not available

Katsuyoshi Ito1, Ayame Shimizu1, Masahiro Tanabe1, Hideko Sasai1, Norikazu Yoshitake1, Naofumi Matsunaga1
Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine


14:00      3557         41                                    MR Cholangiopancreatography at 3.0 T: Intraindividual Comparative Study with MR Cholangiopancreatography at 1.5 T

Hiromitsu Onishi1, Tonsok Kim1, Masatoshi Hori1, Takamichi Murakami2, Yasuhiro Nakaya1, Keigo Osuga1, Koji Mikami1, Hiroki Higashihara1, Noboru Maeda1, Mitsuaki Tatsumi1, Kaname Tomoda1, Hironobu Nakamura1
Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, 2Kinki University School of Medicine


14:00      3558         42                                    Quantitative Evaluation of Signal Elimination in Gastrointestinal Tract by Oral Negative Contrast Agent in MRCP using 3T apparatus in comparison with 1.5T

Hitoshi Kubo1, Masafumi Harada1, Masaaki Ikeguchi1, Tomotaka Sakata1, Hiromu Nishitani1
University of Tokushima


14:00      3559         43                                    Portal Vein Suppression with Centric K-space Ordering on Three-dimensional Segmented True Fast Imaging with Steady-state Precession Magnetic Resonance Imaging - not available

Satoru Morita1, Naoko Saito2, Kazufumi Suzuki2,
                           Takashi Suzuki1, Norio Mitsuhashi2
Saiseikai Kurihashi Hospital, 2Tokyo Women's
                           Medical University


14:00      3560         44                                    Optimized “all-in-one” liver MRI featuring Gd-EOB-DTPA administration in the evaluation of potential living liver donors: Preliminary results of a comparison with “all-in-one” contrast-enhanced multislice-CT

Sonja Kinner1, Susanne Ladd1, Jörg Barkhausen1, Camino Valentin-Gamazo1, Sarah Lunkeit1, Stefan Maderwald1, Arnold Radtke1, Tobias Schröder1
University Hospital Essen


14:30      3561         37                                    Phase Velocity Imaging of Portal Pressure Gradients for Assessing Liver Fibrosis/Cirrhosis

Yuenan WANG1, Hyeonjin Kim2, Carmen Booth3, Maolin Qiu2, Alex Pinus4, Philip Murphy5, R Constable6
Biomedical Engineering, Yale University, 2Diagnostic Radiology, Yale University, 3Section of comparative medicine, Yale University, 4Yale University, 5clinical R&D, Pfizer, 6Diagnostic Rad


14:30      3562         38                                    Estimation of hepatic perfusion using an optimised dual-section saturation recovery sequence - not available

Richard Black1, Andrew Gill1, Martin Graves1, Andrew  Priest1, David Lomas2
Addenbrooke's Hospital, 2University of Cambridge


14:30      3563         39                                    Liver diseases diagnosis: the role of contrast-enhanced MR Venoportography - not available

Military Medical Academy, 2Medical Stomatologic University


14:30      3564         40                                    Evaluation of dynamic MRI as indicator of disease activity in perianal fistulizing Crohn’s disease

Karin Horsthuis1, Cristina Lavini1, Pieter Stokkers1, Jaap Stoker1
1Academic Medical Center


14:30      3565         41                                    Diagnostic Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Crohn ˇŻs disease of small intestine: Comparison air-infused MR enteroclysis with hydro-MRI

Xiao Yu1, Xiao Ren1, Shi Zhang1
Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, Medical College of Zhejiang University


14:30      3566         42                                    Evaluation of Accelerated Single Shot Fast Spin Echo (SSFSE) for Imaging of the Appendix

Lewis Shin1, Byard Edwards1, Anja Brau2, Robert Jeffrey1, Adrianne Thompson1, Reed Busse2, Wei Sun2, Philip Beatty2, Robert Herfkens1
Stanford University, 2GE Healthcare


14:30      3567         43                                    DWI of rectal cancer at 3T

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


14:30      3568         44                                    Mild fetal cerebral ventriculomegaly:association with corpus callosum

Riccardo Manfredi1, Alessia Tognolini1, Susanna Baltieri1, Costanza Bruno1, Massimo Franchi1, Roberto Pozzi
1University of Verona


15:00      3569         37                                    The advantage of MRI in detecting congenital anomalies of fetal spine comparing with ultrasonography

guangbin wang1
shandong medical imaging research institute


15:00      3570         38                                    Assessment of Fetal Lung Development by In Utero Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Michael Reeves1, E Whitby1, M Paley1, P Griffiths1
University of Sheffield


15:00      3571         39                                    Measurements of Relaxation Times of Human Fetus Fixed Tissues at 1.0T

Carolina Reyes1, Jaime Pereda2, Christian Calderon3, Steren Chabert1
1Universidad de Valparaiso, 2Universidad de Santiago, 3Clinica Ciudad del Mar


15:00      3572         40                                    T2-weighted MR Imaging of the Pelvis at 3.0 Tesla: Optimum routine Fast Spin-echo Sequences - not available

Masatoshi Hori1, Tonsok Kim1, Hiromitsu Onishi1, Kaname Tomoda1, Hironobu Nakamura1, Takamichi Murakami2
Osaka University, 2Kinki University


15:00      3573         41                                    Assessment of the uterine myometrium using T2* relaxometry with a correction of magnetic filed inhomogeneity

Izumi Imaoka1, Takayuki Nakatsuka1, Takahiro Tsuboyama1, Yukinobu Yagyu1, Taro Shimono1, Takamichi  Murakami1, Miitsuyo Matsumoto2, Tomoyuki Okuaki2, Nozomu Koyama2
Kinki UniversitySchool of Medicine, 2Philips Medical Systems


15:00      3574         42                                    Evaluation of Uterine Anomalies with 3D-FSE-XETA (eXtended Echo Train Acquisition)

John Williams1, Elizabeth Sadowski1, James Hinshaw1, Reed Busse2
University of Wisconsin, 2GE Healthcare


15:00      3575         43                                    Plate-like structures in the endometrial canal: Characterization with dynamic contrast-enhanced 3D MR imaging

Kimihiko Sato1, Takayuki Masui1, Motoyuki Katayama1, Masahiro Sugiyama1, Hidekazu Seo1, Akihiko Kutsuna1
Seirei Hamamatsu General Hospital


15:00      3576         44                                    Detection and Characterization of Focal Liver LesionsŁşComparison of 1.5-T and 3.0-T MR Imaging in the Same Patient

Hui-yi YE1, You-quan CAI1, Liu-quan CHENG1, Lin MA1, Xing-gao GUO1, Jing ZHANG1
PLA General Hospital

Cardiac Viability and Contractility

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3577         45                                    A fast free-breathing 3D sequence for delayed enhancement imaging of the myocardium: Comparison with standard 2D breath-hold imaging

Thanh Nguyen1, Pascal Spincemaille1, Jonathan Weinsaft1, Bernard Ho1, Matthew Cham1, Martin Prince1, Yi Wang1
Weill Medical College of Cornell University


13:30      3578         46                                    Inversion recovery-prepared SSFP for cardiac-phase-resolved delayed enhancement imaging

Jay Detsky1, Jeff Stainsby2, Ram Vijayaraghavan1, Alexander Dick1, Graham Wright1
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, 2GE Healthcare


13:30      3579         47                                    Interest of a contrast-enhanced imaging sequence at 3 minute delay in 3T MRI for acute myocardial infarct evaluation

Alexandre Comte1, Bruno Kastler1, Laurent Laborie1, Georges Hadjidekov1, Pierre Legalery1, Nicolas Meneveau1
CHU Minjoz


13:30      3580         48                                    Quantification of No-reflow Zone using Semi Automated Approach

Balazs Ruzsics1, Pal Suranyi1, Pal Kiss1, Satinder Singh1, Silvio Litovsky1, Brigitta Brott1, Himanshu Gupta1, Gabriel Elgavish1
University of Alabama at Birmingham


13:30      3581         49                                    Surface Coil Intensity Correction for Phase Sensitive Inversion Recovery Delayed Enhancement of Myocardial Infarction Improves Image Appearance

Peter Kellman1, Andrew Arai1


13:30      3582         50                                    Contrast Optimization of Black-Blood Viability Imaging

Michael Salerno1, Wolfgang Rehwald1, Enn Chen1, Robert Judd1, Raymond Kim1
Duke University Medical Center


13:30      3583         51                                    Right Ventricular Late Enhancement – A Rare Correlate of Different Pathologies in Contrast-Enhanced Cardiac MRI

Peter Hunold1, Oliver Bruder2, Thomas Schlosser1, Kai Nassenstein1, Markus Jochims2, Jörg Barkhausen1University of Duisburg-Essen, University Hospital, 2Elisabeth Hospital


13:30      3584         52                                    Clinical Value of a Single Breath-hold 3D Delayed Hyperenhancement Cardiac MRI with Sensitivity Encoding - not available

Amol Pednekar1, Susan Eder2, Anita Bhandiwad2, Robert Eisner2
Philips Medical Systems, 2Crawford Long Hospital


14:00      3585         45                                    Late enhancement of the left ventricular myocardium in patients with aortic valve stenosis and left ventricular hypertrophy

Thomas Schlosser1, Peter Hunold1, Kai Nassenstein1, Frank Breuckmann1, Nasser Malyar1, Jörg Barkhausen1
University Hospital Essen


14:00      3586         46                                    Contrast Resolution between Myocardial Delayed Enhancement and Intraventricular Blood Using a Single (0.1 mmol/kg) Dose of a High-relaxivity Contrast Agent (Gd-BOPTA)

Francesco Sardanelli1, Matteo Quarenghi2, Giacomo Papini2, Stefania Tritella1, Francesco Secchi1, Giovanni Di Leo2
University of Milan, IRCCS Policlinico San Donato, 2IRCCS Policlinico San Donato


14:00      3587         47                                    Infarct Resorption and Functional Recovery after Reperfused First-time Myocardial Infarction

Henrik Engblom1, Erik Hedström1, Einar Heiberg1, Olle Pahlm1, Galen Wagner2, Hĺkan Arheden1

1Lund University Hospital, 2Duke University Medical Center


14:00      3588         48                                    Comparison of phase and magnitude images using PSIR sequence in the study of infarct size with delayed-enhancement cardiac magnetic resonance imaging at 3 Tesla

Alain Lalande1, Alexandre Cochet2, Paul Walker1, Christophe Boichot2, Yves Cottin2, Jean-Eric Wolf2, François Brunotte1
1LE2I (CNRS UMR 5158), 2CHU Dijon


14:00      3589         49                                    T2*-weighted cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging detects reperfusion hemorrhage in a dog model of myocardial infarction

Andreas Kumar1, Jordin Green2, Jane Sykes3, Pinhas Ephrat3, Jeffrey Carson3, Andrea Mitchell3, Gerald Wisenberg3, Matthias Friedrich1
University of Calgary, 2Siemens Medical Solutions, 3Lawson Health Research Institute


14:00      3590         50                                    Quantification of Delayed Enhancement Image Contrast at 3T using Serial T1 Measurements

Puneet Sharma1, John Oshinski1
Emory University


14:00      3591         51                                    A T2-weighted SSFP-TSE hybrid: Gradient Moment Nulling and 180o Refocusing Pulses for Bright Blood Myocardial Edema Imaging

Anthony Aletras1, Peter Kellman1, Andrew Arai1
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health


14:00      3592         52                                    Improving the SNR of Stimulated Echo Acquisition Mode (STEAM) Cardiac Cines

Tamer Yousef1, Nael Osman1
Johns Hopkins University


14:30      3593         45                                    Determination of Transmural, Endocardial and Epicardial Radial Strain and Strain Rate from PCMR Velocity Data

Jana Delfino1, Brandon Fornwalt1, Robert Eisner2, Angel Leon2, John Oshinski1
Georgia Institute of Technology/ Emory University, 2Emory University


14:30      3594         46                                    On optimal filter sizes for measuring cardiac motion using HARP-MRI

Vijay Parthasarathy1, Jerry Prince1
Johns Hopkins University


14:30      3595         47                                    Use of a Cine-IR (multi TI inversion recovery) sequence in diagnosis of cardiac amyloid: comparison with echocardiography

James Glockner1, Imran Sayed1, Jacobo Kirsch1, Da-Li Feng1, Matthew Martinez1, Eric Williamson1
Mayo Clinic


14:30      3596         48                                    Correcting strain Measurements of Strain-Encoding (SENC) MRI with Slice Following

Tamer Yousef1, Nael Osman1
Johns Hopkins University


14:30      3597         49                                    Border Zone Pacing Improves Global and Regional Function as Assessed by Tissue Tagged MRI

James Pilla1, Liam Ryan1, Lawrence Dougherty1, Joseph Gorman III1, Robert Gorman1
University of Pennsylvania


14:30      3598         50                                    Evaluation of heart wall motion from tagged MRI using Gabor filter bank

Sohae Chung1, Ting Chen1, Leon Axel1
NYU School of Medicine


14:30      3599         51                                    Myocardial Tissue Tracking Using Volumetric Cine DENSE with Three-dimensional Displacement Encoding:   Development and Preliminary Results

Xiaodong Zhong1, Bruce Spottiswoode2, Frederick Epstein1
University of Virginia, 2University of Cape Town


14:30      3600         52                                    High temporal resolution Tissue Phase Mapping detects age-related segmental changes of myocardial velocities in healthy volunteers

Daniela Föll1, Elly Schilli1, Michael Markl1, Christoph Bode1, Jürgen Hennig1, Bernd Jung1
University Hospital


15:00      3601         45                                    MRI Tagging of In Vivo Ventricular Function Reflects Changes in Myocyte Contractility and Calcium Handling in &[alpha]-Dystrobrevin Knockout Mice

Wei Li1, Wei Liu2, Xiaoxia Yang1, Suhanti Banerjee1, Xin Yu1
Case Western Reserve University, 2Philips Research
                           North America


15:00      3602         46                                    Automatic Cardiac Motion Estimation from Tagged MRI using Multiple Source Non-Rigid Registration Techniques

María Ledesma-Carbayo1, John Derbyshire2, Smita Sampath2, Andrés Santos1, Manuel Desco3, Elliot McVeigh2
1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 2NHLBI, NIH, 3Hospital G. U. Gregorio Marańón


15:00      3603         47                                    Fast and Robust HARP Tracking Using Region Growing

Xiaofeng Liu1, Jerry Prince1
Johns Hopkins University


15:00      3604         48                                    Assessment of global and regional myocardial velocities in patients with left ventricular hypertrophy using high temporal resolution MR Tissue Phase Mapping

Daniela Föll1, Elly Schilli1, Michael Markl1, Christoph Bode1, Jürgen Hennig1, Bernd Jung1
University Hospital


15:00      3605         49                                    Noise Characterization in Cine DENSE MRI

Daniel  Kim1, Peter Kellman2
New York University, 2NIH-NHLBI-LCE


15:00      3606         50                                    A New Method for Measuring Strain Using Slice Following with Inversion Recovery (SFIR)

Tamer Yousef1, Khaled Abd-Elmoniem1, Nael Osman1
Johns Hopkins University


15:00      3607         51                                    On the Limits of Image Noise Suppression in High-Speed Cardiac MR Parallel Acquisition

Qi Duan1, Andrew Laine1, Vinay Pai2
Columbia University, 2New York University School of Medicine


15:00      3608         52                                    karhunen-Loeve transform filter to improve signal to noise ratio in dynamic cardiac imaging

Yu Ding1, YiuCho Chung2, Orlando Simonetti1
Ohio State University, 2Siemens Medical Solutions

Cardiac Perfusion & Mouse Cardiac Imaging

Hall 17          14:00 - 16:00


13:30      3609         53                                    Determination of Arterial Input Function in Mouse-Model Using Clinical MRI

Boris Keil1, Dorothea Theis1, Martin Fiebich2, Martin Behe1, Jens Figiel1, Klaus Klose1, Johannes Heverhagen1
Philipps University Marburg, 2University of Applied Science


13:30      3610         54                                    NONISCHEMIC APPLICATIONS OF FIRST PASS CARDIAC IMAGING

Karin Dill1, Timothy Carroll1, Christopher Francois1, James Carr1
Northwestern University Medical School


13:30      3611         55                                    Curvilinear Myocardial Signal Response to Gadolinium Results in Underestimation of Absolute Myocardial Perfusion by Magnetic Resonance First-Pass Imaging

Daniel Lee1, Nils Johnson1, Kathleen Harris1, Kelly O'Hara1, Robert Bonow1, Francis Klocke1
Northwestern University


13:30      3612         56                                    How to Tackle AIF Clipping for Myocardial Perfusion Modelling with Bayesian P-Splines

Volker Schmid1, Guang-Zhong Yang1
1Imperial College


13:30      3613         57                                    Myocardial Perfusion Measurement with Arterial Spin Labeling at 3 T: A Comparison with 1.5 T - not available

Haosen Zhang1, Robert Gropler1, Pamela Woodard1, Jie Zheng1
1Washington University School of Medicine


13:30      3614         58                                    Detecting Myocardial Oxygen Deficits due to Coronary Stenosis in a Canine Model at 3.0 T with                                                                Steady-State Free Precession Imaging

Jain Mangalathu Arumana1, Debiao Li1, Rohan Dharmakumar1
1Northwestern University


13:30      3615         59                                    Investigating the subendocardial dark rim artefact in first-pass myocardial perfusion

Pedro Ferreira1, Peter Gatehouse1, David Firmin1
Royal Brompton Hospital


13:30      3616         60                                    A software tool for the combined analysis of angiographic and perfusion MRI datasets for an optimized diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease

Anja Hennemuth1, Achim Seeger2, Caroline Kühnel1, Tobias Boskamp1, Stefan Miller2, Olaf Konrad1, Heinz Peitgen1
MeVis Research, 2University Hospital Tübingen


14:00      3617         53                                    Quantitative assessment of reperfusion six months after acute myocardial infarction using Gd-DTPA DCE-MRI under adenosine induced stress

Aleksandra Radjenovic1, Sven Plein1, Philip Antill1, John Ridgway1, John Greenwood1
University of Leeds


14:00      3618         54                                    Highly Accelerated, Millimeter In-Plane Resolution Myocardial Perfusion MRI Using a 32-Channel 3.0 T System

Thoralf Niendorf1, Jane F. Utting1, Maral Tilbian1, Gabi A. Krombach1, Karl M. Ruhl1, Marc Kouwenhoven2, Peter Mazurkewitz3, Christoph Leussler3, James Akao4, Diana Spencer4, Randy Duensing4

1RWTH Aachen, 2Philips Medical Systems, 3Philips, 4INVIVO corporation


14:00      3619         55                                    High Resolution Myocardial Perfusion Imaging at 3T: Comparison to standard 1.5T perfusion studies and diagnostic accuracy in patients with suspected CAD - not available

Katharina Strach1, Carsten Meyer1, Daniel Thomas1, Christoph Schmitz1, Hans Schild1, Torsten Sommer1
University of Bonn


14:00      3620         56                                    Myocardial Perfusion Reserve by CMR: Dual or Single Bolus Approach?

Wolfgang Utz1, Andreas Greiser2, Rainer Dietz1, Jeanette Schulz-Menger1
1Cardiac MRI, Helios Klinikum Berlin, Charité, 2Siemens AG Medical Solutions


14:00      3621         57                                    Absolute Quantification of Myocardial Blood Flow Using First-Pass Perfusion MRI: Extraction Fraction of Gd-DTPA Varies with Myocardial Blood Flow in Human Myocardium.

Masaki Ishida1, Hajime Sakuma1, Takashi Ichihara1, Yasuaki Goko2, Nanaka Ishida1, Motonori Nagata1, Kakuya Kitagawa1, Hisato Maeda3, Tairo Kurita1, Teraoka Kunihiko4, Kan Takeda1
Mie University Hospital, 2AZE Ltd., 3Fujita Health University  School of Health Science, 4Tokyo Medical University Hospital


14:00      3622         58                                    Absolute quantification of myocardial blood flow in patients with acute myocardial infarction after successful percutaneous coronary interventions.

Motonori Nagata1, Hajime Sakuma1, Masaki Ishida1, Tairo Kurita1, Nanaka Ishida1, Takashi Tanigawa1, Katsuya Onishi1, Takashi Ichihara1, Masaaki Ito1, Kan Takeda1
Mie university hospital


14:00      3623         59                                    Myocardial Contrast Concentration Estimated in First-Pass MR Perfusion Imaging Does Not Increase Proportionately with the Dose of Gadolinium-DTPA

Li-yueh Hsu1, Peter Kellman1, Andrew Arai1


14:00      3624         60                                    Improving Myocardial Perfusion Imaging with B0- and B1-Insensitive Saturation RF Pulse at 3T

Wei Sun1, Yi He2, Guang Cao3, Thomas Foo4, Zhaoqi Zhang2
GE Healthcare, 2Beijing Anzhen Hospital, 3GE Healthcare China, 4GE Global Research Center


14:30      3625         53                                    Accelerating cardiac perfusion imaging – signal-to-noise considerations

Salome Ryf1, Sven Plein2, Juerg Schwitter3, Peter Boesiger1, Sebastian Kozerke1
1University and ETH Zurich, 2University of Leeds, 3University Hospital Zurich


14:30      3626         54                                    High Spatial Resolution Optimization of SSFP TruFISP Myocardial Perfusion MRI and Comparison with Spoiled Gradient Echo

Kakuya Kitagawa1, Katherine Wu1, Steven Shea1, Christine Lorenz1, David Bluemke1, Hajime Sakuma2, Joao Lima1
Johns Hopkins University, 2Mie University


14:30      3627         55                                    Myocardial Blood Oxygenation Level Dependent MRI at 3T for Detection of Significant Coronary Disease

Ruairidh Howells1, Matthew Robson1, Joseph Selvanayagam1, Tammy Pegg1, Theodoros Karamitsos1, Stefan Neubauer1
University of Oxford


14:30      3628         56                                    A new SSFP BOLD Sequence for the Detection of Myocardial Ischemia in Patients: Feasibility Study

Jordin Green1, Matthias Voehringer2, Neil Filipchuk2, Matthias Friedrich2
Siemens Medical Solutions, 2Stephenson CMR Centre, University of Calgary


14:30      3629         57                                    Cardiac Function and Myocardial Perfusion Immediately following In-Room Maximal Treadmill Exercise

Mihaela Jekic1, Eric Foster1, Subha Raman1, Orlando Simonetti2
1The Ohio State University, 2Ohio State University


14:30      3630         58                                    Noise suppression in black-blood STEAM cardiac imaging

Ahmed Fahmy1, Nael Osman2
Cairo University, 2Johns Hopkins University


14:30      3631         59                                    Effective velocity spoiling for black blood imaging of the heart

Thanh Nguyen1, Ludovic de Rochefort1, Pascal Spincemaille1, Martin Prince1, Yi Wang1
1Weill Medical College of Cornell University


14:30      3632         60                                    High resolution cardiac imaging in small laboratory animals using a standard clinical 3.0T gradient set

Piotr Wielopolski1, Sandra van Tiel1, Gavin Houston2, Herman Flick3, Gabriel Krestin1, Monique Bernsen1
ErasmusMC, 2General Electric Healthcare, 3Flick Engineering B.V.


15:00      3633         53                                    Generation of an accurate 3D computational model of the mouse heart from MR images

Joyce Chuang1, Andrew McCulloch1, Jeff Omens1, Larry Frank1
University of California San Diego


15:00      3634         54                                    Rodent Cardiac MRI on 3T clinical scanner: comparison with 4.7T

Anna Naumova1, Vasily Yarnykh1, Gregory Wilson2, Chun Yuan1
University of Washington, 2Philips Medical Systems


15:00      3635         55                                    TGRAPPA on Rat Hearts in vivo using a 4-channel receive array at 9.4T

Jurgen Schneider1, Titus Lanz2, Sean Smart3, Mark Griswold4, Stefan Neubauer1
1University of Oxford, 2RAPID Biomedical GmbH, 3Varian Inc, 4Case Western Reserve University


15:00      3636         56                                    Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the progression of systolic and diastolic dysfunction in transgenic Tgaq*44 mice  in vivo - not available

Sylwia Heinze-Paluchowska1, Miroslaw Wozniak2, Tomasz Skorka3, Leszek Wojnar4, Lukasz Drelicharz5, Stefan Chlopicki5, Andrzej Jasinski6
Institute of Nuclear Physisc PAS, 2G. Narutowicz Hospital, 3H. Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics - PAS, 4Cracow University of Technology, 5CM-UJ, 6H. Niewodniczanski Institute o


15:00      3637         57                                    In Vivo Coronary Artery Imaging in Mice

Yin Wu1, Ed. Wu1
The University of Hong Kong


15:00      3638         58                                    21 Tesla MRI Microimaging of Rat Heart by Superparamagnetic Antimyoglobin Bound Nanoparticles

Florida State University


15:00      3639         59                                    Myocardial Ca2+ Influx Increases in Response to Hyperglycemia

Harish Vasudevan1, Lingyun Hu1, Yingying Sun1, Lan Li1, Lawrence Chan1, Robia Pautler1
Baylor College of Medicine


15:00      3640         60                                    Integrated RF Birdcage Head Coil* for 7T MRI - not available

Razvan Lazar1, Franz Schmitt1, Wolfgang Renz1, Bernd Stoeckel1, Graham Wiggins2, Lawrence Wald2
Siemens AG Medical Solutions, 2MGH/ A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging