DOI:​10.1161/STR.49.SUPPL_1.TP119
Corpus ID: 81476550
Abstract TP119: Feasibility of Automated Analysis of Dual- Venc 4d Flow Mri to Assess Hemodynamics in Patients With Intracranial Atherosclerotic Disease
Alireza Vali, M. Aristova, +4 authors S. Schnell
Published 2018
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4D flow MRI: three-dimensional (3D) cine (time-resolved) phase-contrast MRI with three-directional velocity-encoding AA: ascending aorta AS: aortic valve stenosis BAV: bicuspid aortic valve DA: descending aorta HTN: hypertension PWV: pulse wave velocity WSS: wall shear stress
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Purpose: To 1) investigate the two-center feasibility of highly k-t accelerated 2-minute aortic 4D flow MRI; 2) evaluate its performance for the quantification of aortic velocities and wall shear… Expand
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