DOI:10.1002/mrm.28256
Corpus ID: 213180400
Bilateral Multiband 4D Flow MRI of the Carotid Arteries at 7T
S. Schmitter, G. Adriany, +7 authors S. Schnell
Published 2020
Physics, Medicine

Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Simultaneous multislab (SMSb) 4D flow MRI was developed and implemented at 7T for accelerated acquisition of the 3D blood velocity vector field in both carotid bifurcations. 
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