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Lar techniques would be valuable in basic research studies of MI in mice, where they might be used jointly with gadolinium delayed enhancement (DE) imaging to non-invasively define infarct size as " area-at-risk" in transgenic/ knock-out mice. However, the rapid murine heart rate presents challenges to T2w CMR application in mice. The typical T2w echo time of 40?0 ms needed for the detection of
Lar techniques would be valuable in basic research studies of MI in mice, where they might be used jointly with gadolinium delayed enhancement (DE) imaging to non-invasively define infarct size as " area-at-risk" in transgenic/ knock-out mice. However, the rapid murine heart rate presents challenges to T2w CMR application in mice. The typical T2w echo time of 40?0 ms needed for the detection of
Yed enhancement MRI are associated with major adverse events in ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). The time-to-reperfusion, electrocardiographic and angiographic parameters are also of prognostic relevance in STEMI patients. Predictors of IS and MO occurrence have not been assessed so far. Purpose: To assess predictors of IS and MO in a large consecutive series of patients with STEMI. Me
Or both). Conclusion: SENC allows mechanical characterization of regional myocardial injury. Diastolic function assessed with SENC is more precise in predicting functional recovery after AMI than peak systolic strain.Figure 1 (abstract O32)(A) T2* map acquired 2 days post-PCI. Pixels with a T2*
With acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction after reperfusion therapy. The results demonstrate that T2-STIR performed up to one week after reperfusion can accurately determine myocardium at risk as it was before opening of the occluded artery. The result of reperfusion therapy can therefore be assessed clinically by calculating myocardial salvage as the difference between myocardium at risk and

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