Thorax und Gefäße

  • Maximilian Reiser
  • Wolfhard Semmler

Zusammenfassung

Die MRT des kardiovaskulären Systems ist im Vergleich zu MR-Untersuchungen anderer Organsysteme technisch zweifellos schwierig durchzuführen. Dies hängt damit zusammen, daß gegenwärtig die MRT kein Real-time-Verfahren ist und eine starke Bewegungsempfindlichkeit aufweist. Bewegung ist jedoch ein wesentlicher Ausdruck kardiovaskulärer Funktion. Diese Tatsache scheint für die Zukunft der kardiovaskulären MRT aber auch wichtige Vorteile zu bringen. Es ist nämlich möglich, in MRT-Untersuchungen nicht nur gute morphologische Informationen zu gewinnen, sondern auch direkt Aufschluß über kardiovaskuläre Funktionen zu erhalten. Tatsächlich können die Wandbewegung der Ventrikel und der Fluß des Blutes verfolgt werden. Dank technischer Verbesserungen können heute unerwünschte Bewegungsartefakte weitgehend unterdrückt und gleichzeitig diagnostisch relevante Bewegungsabläufe dargestellt werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Maximilian Reiser
    • 1
  • Wolfhard Semmler
    • 2
  1. 1.Radiologische UniversitätsklinikBonnDeutschland
  2. 2.Forschungsschwerpunkt Radiologische Diagnostik und TherapieDeutsches KrebsforschungszentrumHeidelbergDeutschland

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