Image fusion of LF-MRI and MRA for endovascular interventions

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Peripheral arterial occlusive disease can be treated with endovascular interventions. These interventions are currently intraoperatively guided by fluoroscopy. A possible alternative is low-field (LF) MRI, but the current image quality of LF-MRI may not be sufficient. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the possibility of image fusion of LF-MRI with preoperative MRA to improve the image quality. To test this, LF-MRI and 3T MRI images were made of a healthy test subject. These images were registrated using manual landmark detection. The result was a visually successful registration image of LF-MRI and anatomical MRI, which shows the possibility of manual image registration.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event10th Annual ISMRM Benelux Chapter Meeting 2018 - Antwerp Zoo, Belgium, Antwerpen, Belgium
Duration: 26 Jan 201826 Jan 2018
Conference number: 10
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Conference10th Annual ISMRM Benelux Chapter Meeting 2018
CountryBelgium
CityAntwerpen
Period26/01/1826/01/18
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Arterial Occlusive Diseases
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Fluoroscopy
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Perik, T., van Zandwijk, J. K., Simonis, F. F. J., Geelkerken, R. H., & ten Haken, B. (2018). Image fusion of LF-MRI and MRA for endovascular interventions. Abstract from 10th Annual ISMRM Benelux Chapter Meeting 2018, Antwerpen, Belgium.
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Perik, T, van Zandwijk, JK, Simonis, FFJ, Geelkerken, RH & ten Haken, B 2018, 'Image fusion of LF-MRI and MRA for endovascular interventions' 10th Annual ISMRM Benelux Chapter Meeting 2018, Antwerpen, Belgium, 26/01/18 - 26/01/18, .

Image fusion of LF-MRI and MRA for endovascular interventions. / Perik, Tom; van Zandwijk, Jordy Kristian; Simonis, Franciscus Frederikus Jacobus; Geelkerken, Robert Herman; ten Haken, Bernard .

2018. Abstract from 10th Annual ISMRM Benelux Chapter Meeting 2018, Antwerpen, Belgium.

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