Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Head and Neck: A Teaching File
Mosby, 1995 - Medical - 410 pages
Incl. a series of cases w/MRA images & correlative conventional angiography or computed tomographic images.
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NORMAL ANATOMY VARIANTS and CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
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25-cm field 64 slices AJNR angiogram arteriovenous malformation artifact axial volume basilar artery brain carotid bifurcation carotid siphon cavernous clinical cm/sec common carotid conventional angiography coronal decreased demonstrates dephasing disease distal internal carotid dural echo evaluation excitation radiofrequency pulse field of view flip angle flow saturation flow void flow-related enhancement gradient high signal intensity increased signal intensity individual slices infarct intensity projection view internal carotid artery intracranial aneurysms lateral maximum intensity left internal carotid lesions lumen magnetic resonance magnetization transfer background maximum intensity projection middle cerebral artery MRA data multiple oblique occlusion optimized nonsaturating excitation patients phase-contrast study posterior cerebral artery posterior communicating artery Radiology right internal carotid rotid saturation pulse sequence shows signal loss slab slow flow spin-echo images spins subarachnoid hemorrhage superior sagittal sinus T1 weighted thrombosis thrombus time-of-flight study time-of-flight techniques tion tissue transfer background suppression tumors two-dimensional phase-contrast two-dimensional time-of-flight vein velocity encoding vessels visualization voxel