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Abstract #2302

Reproducibility of functional lung MRI using non-contrast-enhanced 3D-UTE MRI in breath-hold technique

Corona Metz1, Julius Frederik Heidenreich1, Andreas Max Weng 1, Thomas Benkert2, Herbert Köstler1, Thorsten Alexander Bley1, and Simon Veldhoen1
1Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, University Hospital, Würzburg, Germany, 2Application Development, Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Erlangen, Germany

Functional and morphologic assessment of lung disease is to date performed separately using pulmonary function testing and mostly radiation-based imaging. UTE MRI is a promising tool for radiation-free pulmonary imaging. Pre-existing invasive functional MRI techniques have been transferred to UTE MRI. For non-invasive combined functional and morphologic imaging, radiation-free 3D-UTE MRI acquired in breath-hold and using stack-of-spirals trajectories enables ventilation measurements with high reproducibility for both tidal and deep fractional ventilation.

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