Heng Ma1, Lan Ge2, Dong Xu1, Qing Tang1, Han Li1, Yu Zhang1, Jiabin Liu1, Qi Yang1, Jing An3, Lixin Jin4, Renate Jerecic4, Xiangying Du1, Kuncheng Li1, Debiao Li2
1Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China; 2Radiology, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, United States; 3Siemens Mindit Magnetic Resonance Ltd, Shenzhen, China; 4Siemens Ltd, Healthcare Sector, China
SW-CG-HYPR is a promising method to improve the myocardial perfusion MR imaging with reduced acquisition window, increased spatial coverage, improved spatial resolution and SNR. In this work, 10 patients with suspected CAD were scanned at 3.0T with SW-CG-HYPR. Our initial results show that myocardial perfusion MRI at 3.0T with SW-CG-HYPR is feasible in a clinical population, and has high image quality and diagnostic accuracy in patients with suspected CAD.