Oxygen-enhanced T1-mapping MRI of the lung in patients with chronic lung-allograft dysfunction
Jens Vogel-Claussen 1 , Julius Renne 1 , Peer Lauermann 1 , Jan Hinrichs 1 , Christian Schnfeld 1 , Sajoscha Sorrentino 1 , Marcel Gutberlet 1 , Peter Jakob 2 , Axel Haverich 1 , Gregor Warnecke 1 , Tobias Welte 1 , Frank K Wacker 1 , and Jens Gottlieb 1
Hannover Medical School, Hannover,
of Wrzburg, Wrzburg, Germany
Oxygen-enhanced T1 mapping MRI of the lung is capable of
detecting pulmonary alterations occurring in patients
with chronic lung rejection after transplantation. The
coefficient of variation and T1 between room air and
100% oxygen may serve as novel biomarkers for early
bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome (BOS).
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