Published in Blood Weekly, July 13th, 2006
According to scientists from Germany, "The aim of the study was to evaluate the patensies of the distal anastomoses of coronary artery bypass grafts and to detect graft stenoses and occlusions with a MR spin echo sequence. One hundred and eighty-five patients with 481 distal anastomoses were examined with a 1.5 T MR scanner and coronary angiography."
T. Wittlinger and colleagues, University Hospital, wrote, "A 2-dimensional T2-weighted breath-hold half-Fourier acquisition...
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