MR Imaging of Brain – Stroke Models: Thrombolysis and Reperfusion

Room 204 C
11:00 – 13:00

Chairs: Michael E. Moseley and Christopher H. Sotak

11:00 52. The Temporal Evolution of the Secondary Decline inWater Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Following Transient Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion in Rats, M.D. Silva, F. Li, M. Fisher and C.H. Sotak, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, UMass Memorial Health Care and University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA.
11:12 53. Secondary/Delayed Energy Failure Depends on the Extent of ADC Recovery. A NMR-Based Analysis in Focal Cerebral Ischemia, F. Pillekamp, M. Grüne, U. Uhlenküken, G. Brinker, C. Franke, M. Hoehn and K.A. Hossmann, Max-Planck-Institute for Neurological Research, Cologne, Germany.
11:24 54. Concomitant Alterations in T1 and Water Diffusion in Acute Cerebral Ischaemia and Reperfusion in Rats, I. Kettunen, O.H.J. Gröhn, J.A. Lukkarinen, M.J. Silvennoinen and R.A. Kauppinen, University of Kuopio, Finland.
11:36 55. Secondary or Gradual ADC Decline Following Reperfusion: Origins in Delayed Hypoperfusio, M.F. Lythgoe, G.S. Pell, D.L. Thomas, F. Calamante, M.D. King, S.R. Williams, R.J. Ordidge and D.G. Gadian, University College London, London, UK.
11:48 56. Spreading Patterns of Reduced Cerebral Apparent Diffusion Coefficient in an Animal Model of Perinatal Asphyxia, J.S. Thornton, R.J. Ordidge, K. Brooks, E.B. Cady, M. Clemence, Q. Nguyen, M. Noone, F.E. O'Brien, N. Parker, Y. Sakata, M.W. Sellwood, R. Springett, M. Wylezinska and J.S. Wyatt, University College London, London, UK.
12:00 57. Changes in MR Images and Brain Water During and Following an Episode of Cerebral Hypoxia/Ischemia are Age Dependent, M. Qiao, K.L. Malisza, S. Bascaramurty, P. Kozlowski and U.I. Tuor, National Research Council, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
12:12 58. Efficacy and Risk of rt-PA Intervention of Embolic Stroke in Rat Evaluated by MRI, Q. Jiang, R.L. Zhang, Z.G. Zhang, J.R. Ewing, R.A. Knight, P. Jiang and M. Chopp, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, USA and Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA.
12:24 59. The Use of ADC and Perfusion as MR Predictors of Outcome After Transient Rat Brain Focal Ischaemia, F.A. van Dorsten, M. Grüne, W. Schwindt, L. Olàh, U. Uhlenküken, F. Pillekamp, K.-A. Hossmann and M. Hoehn, Max-Planck-Institute for Neurological Research, Cologne, Germany.
12:36 60. Delayed Postischemic Hyperemia in a Rat Model of Focal Ischemia Observed by MR Perfusion Imaging Using Arterial Spin Tagging, H. Lei, J. Dowden, J. Peeling and D. Corbett, University of Manitoba, Canada and Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
12:48 61. VEGF Antagonism Reduces Ischemic-Reperfusion Injury in the Mouse Brain Demonstrated by High Resolution MRI, N. van Bruggen, J.T. Palmer, H. Thibodeaux, B. Cairns, D. Tumas, R. Gerlai, M. van Lookeren, N. Ferrara and S.P. Williams, Genentech Inc., South San Francisco, CA, USA.

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