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RPI (arterial spin labeling) to match arteries to flow territories

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Hendrikse, Jeroen, M.D., Ph.D. Utrecht, University Medical Center Netherlands
Golay, Xavier, Ph.D. Singapore, National Neuroscience Institute Singapore

Regional Perfusion Imaging (RPI), a variant of the arterial spin labeling (ASL) MR perfusion research technique, is designed for selective mapping of the flow territories of carotid arteries. RPI is developed by Dr. J. Hendrikse (UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands), Dr. X. Golay (NNI, Singapore).


A recent article from a Philips publication is available:


RPI on high flow bypass Hendrikse, Golay  FS26
RPI on high flow bypass
Hendrikse, Golay FS26

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