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by I.P. Arlart,G.M. Bongartz,G. Marchal
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  • Author:
    I.P. Arlart,G.M. Bongartz,G. Marchal
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    3540650911
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    Springer; 2nd edition (December 6, 2001)
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    480 pages
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Magnetic Resonance Angiography.

Magnetic Resonance Angiography. eBook 53,54 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). The basic principles and technical features of MR angiography are outlined, consideration being given to both flow-dependent and, in particular, flow-independent contrast-enhanced approaches. Bongartz, G. Marchal. Springer Science & Business Media, 2002 M09 12 - 480 pages. The basic principles and technical features of MR angiography are outlined, consideration being given to both flow-dependent and flow-independent contrast-enhanced approaches. Specific chapters focus on image display techniques, blood flow quantification, hardware configurations, and the limitations and artifacts of MR angiography.

Ingolf P. Arlart, Georg M. Bongartz, Guy Marchal. A comprehensive overview of the current state of development in magnetic resonance angiography (MRA). After an initial outline of the basic principles of the technique and a general description of flow phenomena, the individual chapters are devoted to a full range of technical considerations. Practical recommendations for typical examination protocols of different vascular areas and lesions are given to facilitate correct application of the procedure.

Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) is a group of techniques based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to image blood vessels.

फलाइन वाचण्यासाठी डाउनलोड करा, हायलाइट करा, बुकमार्क करा किंवा Magnetic Resonance Angiography वाचताना नोंदी घ्या. Central themes in the scientific work of Ingolf Arlart are the problems of renovascular hypertension and vascular aneurysms, and the use of interventional radiology within the context of vascular disease. Arlart, G. M. Bongartz, Guy Marchal

Ingolf P. A large number of typical MR angiograms are presented, suitable protocols are described, and comparison is made with other vascular imaging techniques. Chapters focus on image display techniques, blood flow quantification, hardware configurations, and the limitations and artifacts of MR angiography.

Journal of Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging. Volume 5 Issue 1. magnetic resonance angiography. Journal of Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging.

Magnetic resonance angiography, with contributions by . Heuck, and James E. Youker ; preface by Peter E. Peters. Series: Medical radiology, ISSN 0942-5373. Book · January 2002 with 1 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Magnetic resonance (MR) angiography was introduced into clinical practice about 10 years ago and provides a variety of significant advantages over competitive methods in vascular imaging. Similar to color coded duplex Doppler ultrasonography (US), MR imaging techniques are able to demonstrate angiomorphology, provide information about the perivascular space, and give functional quantitative information on the basis of two-dimensional cine phase-contrast flow mapping.

those wishing to develop their own MRA practice could learn a great deal from Magnetic Resonance Angiography. One for the MRI unit library.

One for the MRI unit library. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of development in magnetic resonance angiography (MRA).

Based on the 1st edition this 2nd edition volume provides a completely revised comprehensive overview of the current state of the development in magnetic resonance (MR) vascular imaging. The basic principles and technical features of MR angiography are outlined, consideration being given to both flow-dependent and flow-independent contrast-enhanced approaches. Specific chapters focus on image display techniques, blood flow quantification, hardware configurations, and the limitations and artifacts of MR angiography. The well-established approach of providing a clinical overview of MR angiography in different vascular areas has been continued, with the presentation of a large number of and representative MR angiograms based on current acquisition techniques. Suitable examination protocols for different vascular regions and lesions are described to facilitate correct application of the technique. Systematic comparison is made with other vascular imaging techniques.