Fresh Blood Imaging

In recent years MR angiography techniques have steadily created new possibilities in patient studies. The lack of radiation exposure and the fact that these new techniques are non-invasive, or at most minimally invasive, are just two of the obvious benefits. And in particular, within the last few years contrast-enhanced MR angiography has become an ever more preferred tool. This requires state-of-the-art MR technology which must be able to provide fast gradient echo sequences.

Fig. 2: 3D PC angiography for imaging of the cranial veins. Flow encoding in...
Fig. 2: 3D PC angiography for imaging of the cranial veins. Flow encoding in all three spatial directions.

This article was first published in the VISIONS, issue 11/2007, a publication of Toshiba Medical Systems


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