Untersuchung des Liquorflusses im Aquaedukt mittels getriggerter Gradienten-Echo-Sequenz im MR-Imaging

R. Stollberger 1 , R. Schmidt 2  and F. Fazekas 3
  • 1 Gemeinsame Einrichtung Magnetresonanz. Institut für Med. Physik und Biophysik,
  • 2 Gemeinsame Einrichtung Magnetresonanz. Univ. Klinik für Neurologie, Karl-Franzens Universität, A-8036 Graz
  • 3 Gemeinsame Einrichtung Magnetresonanz. Univ. Klinik für Neurologie, Karl-Franzens Universität, A-8036 Graz

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