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Effects of postprandial state and mesenteric blood flow on the repeatability of MR elastography in asymptomatic subjects.

PURPOSETo determine the repeatability of stiffness measurements in the liver using MR elastography (MRE) during the fasted and fed states. MRE has gained increased recognition as a noninvasive method to quantify fibrotic changes in the liver. It is well known that eating increases splanchnic blood f... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI January 2011, Vol.33(1), pp.239-244
Main Author: Hines, Catherine D G
Other Authors: Lindstrom, Mary J , Varma, Adarsh K , Reeder, Scott B
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title: Effects of postprandial state and mesenteric blood flow on the repeatability of MR elastography in asymptomatic subjects.
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  • Lindstrom, Mary J
  • Varma, Adarsh K
  • Reeder, Scott B
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  • Blood Flow Velocity–Methods
  • Elastic Modulus–Anatomy & Histology
  • Elasticity Imaging Techniques–Physiology
  • Female–Physiology
  • Humans–Physiology
  • Male–Physiology
  • Mesenteric Arteries–Physiology
  • Postprandial Period–Physiology
  • Splanchnic Circulation–Physiology
  • Young Adult–Physiology
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description: PURPOSETo determine the repeatability of stiffness measurements in the liver using MR elastography (MRE) during the fasted and fed states. MRE has gained increased recognition as a noninvasive method to quantify fibrotic changes in the liver. It is well known that eating increases splanchnic blood flow,...
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abstractPURPOSETo determine the repeatability of stiffness measurements in the liver using MR elastography (MRE) during the fasted and fed states. MRE has gained increased recognition as a noninvasive method to quantify fibrotic changes in the liver. It is well known that eating increases splanchnic blood flow,...
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