MR Angiography: Contrast-Enhanced Methods

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

Th 1884. A Method for Rapid Reconstruction of a Single Image Volume from a Time-Resolved CE-MRA Exam, T.J. Carroll, F.R. Korosec, J.S. Swan, T.M. Grist, R. Frayne and C.A. Mistretta, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
M 1885. MRA with Intra-Arterial Administration of Contrast, R. Frayne, R.A. Omary, O. Unal, T.M. Grist and C.M. Strother, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
T 1886. Theoretical Limits on Spatial Resolution in Contrast-Enhanced 3D MRA, S.B. Fain, S.J. Riederer and J. Huston III, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA.
W 1887. Real-Time Contrast-Bolus-Synchronized k-Space Sampling with Flip Angle Modulation, S.B. Fain, S.J. Riederer, R.C. Grimm and J. Huston III, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA.
Th 1888. Optimization of Scantiming in Abdominal Breathhold Gadolinium Enhanced Turbo-MRA: an Empiric Guideline, W.J. Boeve, R.A. Prinsze and R.L. Kamman, University Hospital Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, and Siemens Netherlands.
M 1889. Contrast-Enhanced 3D MR Angiography of Vascular Stents: Experimental Studies, R. Vosshenrich, F. Baum, E. Castillo, L. Kopka, J. Graessner and E. Grabbe, Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Germany and Siemens Medical Engineering Group, Hamburg, Germany.
T 1890. Different Bolus Transit Time According to Injected Volume in Test Bolus Imaging for CEMRA, K-W. Chung, T-S. Chung, D. Chien and G. Laub, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea and Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany.
W 1891. Contrast Enhanced MR Angiography of the Iliaca and Peripheral Arteries: A Dynamic Measurement on Three Levels, A. Huber, A. Heuck, R. Petsch, T. Helmberger, T. Waggershauser, A. Billing, B. Heiss, J. Heiss and M. Reiser, Klinikum Großhardern, Munich, Germany.
Th 1892. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Vascular Stents, D.J. Taylor and G. Brown, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia.
M 1893. Catheter Injection of Contrast Agent: Application in MR-Guided Endovascular Interventions, C. Bos, C.J.G. Bakker, H.F.M. Smits and M.A. Viergever, University Hospital Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
T 1894. In Situ Administration of Contrast Agent in MR Angiography, C. Bos, C.J.G. Bakker and M.A. Viergever, University Hospital Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
W 1895. Contrast Bolus Timing at Multiple Locations for Bolus-Chase Peripheral MRA using Ultrasound Bubbles, M.R. Prince, J.M. Rubin and M. Neimatallah, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
Th 1896. Quantitative Evaluation of Centric View Orders for 3D Contrast Enhanced MR Angiography: Value of the Elliptical Centric Order, T.C.H. Yep and A.H. Wilman, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
M 1897. Spatial Resolution Improvement in Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced MRA, Y. Mazaheri, D.C. Peters, F.R. Korosec, T.J. Carroll, W. Block, T.M. Grist and C.A. Mistretta, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
T 1898. Fast Fat Suppression for 3D Angiographic Imaging, M.T. Alley, S.G. Heiss, N.J. Pelc and R.J. Herfkens, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
W 1899. Undersampled Projection Imaging for Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced 3D MR Angiography (PR-TRICKS), K.K. Vigen, D.C. Peters, T.M. Grist, W.F. Block and C.A. Mistretta, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
Th 1900. Time-Resolved Projection Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Cerebral Vasculature after Bolus Injection of Contrast Agent, S. Wetzel, D. Bilecen, R. Haselhorst, E.W. Radü, G. Bongartz and K. Scheffler, University of Basel, Switzerland.
M 1901. Signal and Noise Characteristics in k-Space and Image-Space and Sampling Strategies for Contrast Enhanced MR Angiography, R. Watts, Y. Wang, P.A. Winchester, N.M. Khilnani and L. Yu, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.
T 1902. A Double Half-Fourier Technique for 3D Contrast-Enhanced MR Carotid Angiography, W.H. Perman, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA.
W 1903. Rapid Generation of Preview Images for 3D MR DSA, O. Wieben, T.J. Carroll and R. Frayne, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
Th 1904. Carbondioxide Magnetic Resonance Angiography: First Results, R.M. Maes, N.A.A. Matheijssen, P. Pattynama and G.P. Krestin, Dijkzigt University Hospital, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
M 1905. Blood Pool MR Contrast Agent for Detection of Pulmonary Embolism: Initial Clinical Experience with Ultrasmall Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide NC100150, W. Schima, U. Hoffmann, C. Bernhard, M. Cejna, H. Ringl, S. Fuchssteiner-Helle and C.J. Herold, University of Vienna, Austria and Nycomed Amersham.
T 1906. 3D Turbo MRA with a New Blood Pool Contrast Agent, NC100150 - A Single Diagnostic Method for Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism, P. Sundén, E.M. Larsson, U. Albrechtsson and C.G. Olsson, University Hospital, Lund, Sweden.

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