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Contemporary coronary imaging from patient to plaque: Part 4 magnetic resonance imaging

Abstract:

In recent years a large amount of research has focused on developing both invasive and non-invasive methods of assessing atherosclerosis. In this regard, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is safe, noninvasive, requires no ionising radiation, and is capable of giving high-resolution images of atherosclerotic plaque. As a result, MRI has been extensively applied to imaging of the vascular system - in particular, the carotid arteries - where it has been shown to have the ability to not only accur...

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Lindsay, AC More by this author
Murray, SW More by this author
Choudhury, RP More by this author
Journal:
British Journal of Cardiology
Volume:
17
Issue:
6
Pages:
290-292
Publication date:
2010-11-05
ISSN:
0969-6113
URN:
uuid:010fbe35-1c41-46ed-94da-c55f560f780c
Source identifiers:
186427
Local pid:
pubs:186427

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