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Abstract #4575

Comparison between CBF difference of ASL and parameters of DSC-MRI in the ischemia disease

Kaining Shi 1 , Xin Lou 2 , and Lin Ma 2

1 Global MR Applications and Workflow (China), GE HealthCare, Beijing, Beijing, China, 2 Radiology Department, PLA General Hospital, Beijing, Beijing, China

Arterial spin labeling (ASL) can provide cerebral perfusion images noninvasively but only obtain the cerebral blood flow (CBF), which is sensitive to the transit time effect, compared to the dynamic susceptibility contrast imaging (DSC-MRI). The combination of two ASL sequences with different post label delay time is an efficient way to evaluate both blood flow and transit time. In this work, the CBF difference between 2 PLDs was compared to DSC-MRI parameters. The CBF difference has high correlation with TTP in DSC-MRI.

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