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Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography:
doi: 10.1097/01.rct.0000445638.18958.8f
Neuroradiology

Magnetic Resonance 4D Flow Reveals Unusual Hemodynamics Associated With Aneurysm Formation and a Possible Cause of Cryptogenic Stroke in a Patient With Aortic Dissection

Young, Phillip Matthew MD*; McGee, Kiaran P. PhD*; Bolster, Bradley PhD; Joyce, Lyle D. MD, PhD; Greiser, Andreas PhD§; Guehring, Jens PhD§; Gulsun, Mehmet Akif

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Abstract

Abstract: Four-dimensional flow is a magnetic resonance technology that has undergone significant technical improvements in recent years. With increasingly rapid acquisition times and new postprocessing tools, it can provide a tool for demonstrating and visualizing cardiovascular flow phenomena, which may offer new insights into disease. We present an interesting clinical case in which 4-dimensional flow demonstrates potential etiologies for 2 interesting phenomena in the same patient: (1) development of an unusual aneurysm and (2) cryptogenic stroke.

© 2014 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

  

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