Motoyuki Katayama1, Takayuki Masui1, Koji Yoneyama1, Kimihiko Sato1, Kazuma Terauchi1, Kei Tsukamoto1, Kenich Mizuki1, Takayuki Suzuki1, Mitusharu Miyoshi2, Daniel V. Litwiller3
1Radiology, Seirei Hamamatsu General Hospital, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan; 2GE Healthcare Japan, Hino, Tokyo, Japan; 3Global Applied Science Laboratory, GE Healthcare, Rochester, MN, United States
First, we optimized the preparation time of peripheral gaining on Quiescent Interval Single Shot (QISS) MR Angiography for extremities. Second, we compared QISS MR Angiography using peripheral gating with Delta Flow MRA with QISS using peripheral pulse gating provides good image quality in the pelvis and extremities, which is equal to that with Delta Flow. When gadolinium cannot be used, with peripheral pulse gating, unenhanced MRA with QISS and Delta Flow can be used.