Perfusion: Contrast Agents

Hall C
Monday: 14:00 – 16:00
Tuesday – Thursday: 13:30 – 15:30

W 1855. Complex Analysis of the Arterial Input Function, M.J.P. van Osch, E.P.A. Vonken, C.J.G. Bakker, K.L. Vincken and M.A. Viergever, University Hospital, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Th 1856. Determination of the Arterial Input Function in 3D Quantitative Perfusion Imaging by Means of a Test Bolus, M.J.P. van Osch, E.P.A. Vonken, C.J.G. Bakker and M.A. Viergever, University Hospital, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
M 1857. Quantification of Renal Perfusion: Results of an Experimental Animal Study, S. Aumann, S.O. Schoenberg, A. Just, K. Briley-Saebo, M. Knopp and G. Brix, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany; Nycomed Imaging, Oslo, Norway and Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Neuherberg, Germany.
T 1858. Measurement of Cerebral Blood Flow by Dynamic MRI Bolus Tracking: Age-Related Increase of Hemodynamic Reserve in Healthy Adults, H. Chabriat, S. Pappata, L. Ostergaard, P.F. Van De Moortele, A. Jobert, A. Darquié, C. Poupon, R. Rougetet, M. Pachot-Clouard, M.G. Bousser and D. Le Bihan, Hôpital Lariboisiére, Paris, France; SHFJ-CEA-DSV & Inserm, Orsay, France and Aarhus University Hospitals, Aarhus, Denmark.
W 1859. Simultaneous Quantitative Perfusion and Permeability Measurement by a Posteriori Blood-Brain-Barrier-Breakdown Correction, E.P.A. Vonken, C.J.G. Bakker and M.A. Viergever, University Hospital, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Th 1860. Reconstruction of Collateral Flow Map in MR Perfusion and its Application, E.J. Kim, E.K. Jeong, K.S. Choi, S.K. Lee, H.S. Kim, T.S. Chung, D.I. Kim and S.A. Shin, Yonsei University, Ehwa Women's University and Catholic Medical Center, Seoul, Korea.
M 1861. Quantitative Analysis of First-Pass Magnetic Resonance Perfusion Imaging of a Mouse Model of Hindlimb Ischemia, S. Kaji, H.V. Ho, P.C. Yang, T. Quertermous, J.P. Cooke and B.S. Hu, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
T 1862. Absolute Quantification of Cerebral Blood Flow from Contrast Enhanced Dynamic Echo-Planar Imaging, S. Hunsche, W.G. Schreiber, J. Gawehn and P. Stoeter, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany.
W 1863. Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement Using Adaptive Threshold for Singular Value Decomposition Technique on Dynamic Contrast Agent MR Perfusion Imaging, H.L. Liu, Y. Pu, T. Andrews, J. Mercier, P.T. Fox and J.H. Gao, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA.
Th 1864. Quantification of Brain Perfusion Using Gd-DTPA and T1 Measurements, H.B.W. Larsson, S. Rosenbaum, E. Rostrup and T. Fritz-Hansen, Hvidovre University Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark.
M 1865. Quantitative Assessment of Regional Pulmonary Perfusion with Contrast Enhanced MRI using a FLASH Sequence, Q. Chen, M. Zhang, D. Levin, R. Edelman and H. Hatabu, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
T 1866. Tracer Kinetic Modeling in the Myocardium Using a Fast T1-Mapping Method, D. Bellamy, R.S. Pereira, C. McKenzie, F.S. Prato, R.T. Thompson and G. Wisenberg, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
W 1867. Cerebral Perfusion Study with Short TE Gradient Echo MRI, H. Uematsu, M. Maeda, Y. Koshimoto, H. Kimura, N. Sadato, H. Yamada, Y. Kawamura, N. Hayashi, Y. Yonekura and Y. Ishii, Fukui Medical University, Fukui, Japan.
Th 1868. Demonstration of Gravity Dependent Lung Perfusion with Contrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Q. Chen, K.L. Stock, D.L. Levin, H. Hatabu and R.R. Edelman, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
M 1869. Compactly Sampled Time Resolved 3D MR Pulmonary Perfusion Under Free Breathing, Y. Wang, R. Watts, N.M. Khilnani, P.A. Winchester and H.D. Sostman, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.
T 1870. Noise Reduction in Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MR Imaging, X. Zhu, K-L. Li, N.T. Thacker and A. Jackson, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
W 1871. The Effect of Chronic Exercise on Motor Cortical Blood Volume in the Rat, A.B. Harris, E.C. Wiener, M.V. Dutka, W.T. Greenough and P.C. Lauterbur, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA.
Th 1872. Regional Cerebral Blood Volume: The Effects of Imaging Parameters, A. Celik and W. Lin, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA.
M 1873. The Utility of the Sequential Contrast Agent Protocol in Assessing Changes in Relative Cerebral Blood Volume, A.P. Pathak, K.M. Donahue, R. Risinger, R. Hoffman and E. Stein, Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
1874. Abstract Withdrawn.
W 1875. 3D Pulmonary Perfusion Imaging in Patients with Tumours in the Mediastinum, L.O.M. Johansson, M. Kouwenhoven, J. Kvaerness, G. Wegenius and H. Ahlström, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden and Philips Medical Systems, Best, The Netherlands.
Th 1876. Detection of Areas with Viable Bone Tumor in Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MR-Images of Patients with Ewing's Sarcoma using Pharmacokinetic Modeling, M. Egmont-Petersen, R.J. van der Geest, H.A. Vrooman, P.C.W. Hogendoorn, H.J. van der Woude, J.P. Janssen, J.L. Bloem and J.H.C. Reiber, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.
M 1877. Dynamic Contrast Susceptibility Imaging Demonstrates Regional Abnormalities of Time-to-Peak Contrast Concentration in Alzheimer's Disease, A. Kassner, A. Jackson, A. Hofmann, A. Varma, D. Burrows, D. Neary and H. Testa, Philips Medical Systems, Leeds, UK and University of Manchester and Central Manchester Healthcare Trust, Manchester, UK.
T 1878. MR Dynamic Contrast Imaging in Metastatic Cervical Lymph Nodes, R.G. Henry, N.J. Fischbein, M.J. Kaplan, W.P. Dillon and S.J. Nelson, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA.
W 1879. Diffusion Anisotropy and Cerebral Perfusion Changes in Patients with Probable Alzheimer's Disease, S.E. Rose, F.O. Zelaya, D. Wang, J.B. Chalk, G.I. de Zubicaray, W. Strugnell, D.M. Doddrell and J. Semple, University of Queensland and Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia; Maudsley Hospital, London, UK and SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, Cambridge, UK.
Th 1880. Multi-Organ Bolus Tracking in a Mouse Model of Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution, M.J. Quast, D. Deyo, J. Wei and M. Mathru, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA.
M 1881. Dynamic MR Perfusion Imaging to Assess Altered Hemodynamics in Lung Parenchymal Diseases: Experimental and Clinical Studies, N. Ogasawara, K. Suga, K. Honjo, K. Takano, S. Koike, H. Awaya and N. Matsunaga, Yamaguchi University School of Medicine, Ube, Japan.
T 1882. Magnetization Prepared True FISP Myocardial Perfusion Imaging, M. Jerosch-Herold, H. Huang and N. Wilke, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.
W 1883. Permeability Surface Area Product of Cerebral Capillaries to Water Measured by MRI: Comparison with PET and Preliminary fMRI Results, L. Østergaard, C.Z. Simonsen, P. Vestergaard-Poulsen, A. Bjøsrnerud, A. Gee, S.B. Hansen, A. Gjedde and C. Gyldensted, Århus University Hospitals, Århus, Denmark and Nycomed Imaging AS, Oslo, Norway.

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