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Parametric Map of Myocardial Perfusion

M.K. Ivancevic, P. Thévenaz, A.G. Somsen, A. Righetti, D. Didier, J. Vallée

Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRBM'04), Copenhagen, Kingdom of Denmark, September 9-12, 2004, pp. 528.

First-pass cardiac MR perfusion imaging was initially performed only with 1 or 2 slices. With increasing performances of MR scanners due to stronger gradients, and new temporal sampling strategies, 2D multi-slice whole coverage of the heart has been enabled. This, however, increases the data flow to be analyzed. The standard manual ROI-based perfusion analysis getting more time-consuming on an increasing quantity of data raises the interest of an automated data analysis method. In this study we present a pixel-wise, semi-automated and user-independent cardiac perfusion analysis method.

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        European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology
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