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Pulmonary Functional Imaging Symposium

Created:   4/27/2010
Contains:  6 items
In recognition of advances in pulmonary imaging beyond anatomical characterization, this symposium focused on CT and MR in the evaluation of pulmonary function. By gathering a group of radiologists and a physiologist, this symposium, which was guest edited by David Levin, detailed the use of CT and MR in the functional evaluation of airways disease and evaluation of pulmonary blood flow, areas that remain the focus of significant investigation as we search for more accurate and reproducible methods of assessing lung function beyond global pulmonary function testing.

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Introduction to Pulmonary Functional Imaging

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Architecture of the Lung: Morphology and Function

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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Lung: A Physiological Perspective

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Quantitative CT of Emphysema and the Airways

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Hyperpolarized Gas MR Imaging of the Lung

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MR Evaluation of Pulmonary Blood Flow

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