Robert Herfkens

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  • Partial fat-saturated contrast-enhanced three-dimensional MR angiography compared with non-fat-saturated and conventional fat-saturated MR angiography RADIOLOGY Hilfiker, P. R., Herfkens, R. J., Heiss, S. G., Alley, M. T., Fleischmann, D., Pelc, N. J. 2000; 216 (1): 298-303

    Abstract:

    Abdominal three-dimensional magnetic resonance angiography was performed in 35 patients in the equilibrium phase without fat saturation, with conventional fat saturation, and with fast partial fat saturation. Qualitative and quantitative evaluation demonstrated significantly better vessel visualization with both fat-saturated techniques. The partial fat-saturated technique provided water-specific images within a breath hold, reducing motion artifacts significantly.

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    View details for PubMedID 10887265

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