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Abstract #3579

Comparison of Free-Breathing Radial 3D T1 VIBE to Standard Breath-hold 3D T1 VIBE During Hepatobiliary Phase Imaging after Gadoxetic Acid Injection for Image Quality and HCC Detection

Cecilia Besa 1 , Ally Rosen 1 , Karen Lee 1 , Elizabeth Chorney 1 , Guido Jajamovich 1 , Ashley Knight-greenfield 1 , and Bachir Taouli 1

1 Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, United States

The purpose of this study was to compare breath-hold cartesian 3D T1 VIBE (BH-VIBE) to free breathing (FB) Radial-VIBE during hepatobiliary phase (HBP) in terms of image quality (IQ) and HCC detection and lesion conspicuity (LC). Radial-VIBE at HBP phase was comparable in terms of HCC detection to BH-VIBE, with better LC for one reader. Lower degradation of image quality due to respiratory motion artifacts was found for Radial-VIBE in comparison with BH-VIBE for two readers.

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