We describe the use of dynamic breath-hold gadolinium-enhanced 3D MRI for the evaluation of intraarterial masses and its potential use in differentiating thrombus from neoplasm. This rapid technique overcomes the flow artifacts that may obscure intraarterial masses on contrast-enhanced ECG-gated SE MR and can be performed on patients who otherwise cannot be ECG gated.
- Arteries, neoplasms
- Arteries, thrombi
- Magnetic resonance imaging
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging