Lung MRI

2016-11-13

The potential of MRI for scientific and clinical applications within the thorax is widely underestimated. Thoracic MRI has much untapped promise in the detection and diagnosis of both focal and diffuse thoracic conditions. On this page you’ll find clinical talks and articles, introducing MRI protocols and clinical case reports.

Chest MRI: Morphological Imaging and Beyond

Giovanni Morana, M.D. et al., Department of Radiology, Ca’ Foncello Regional Hospital, Treviso, Italy
 

Cardio-pulmonary MRI for Diagnosis and Monitoring of Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

Jens Vogel-Claussen et al., Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany
 

Pictorial Essay: Pulmonary Imaging for Children

Sonja Kinner et al., University Hospital Essen, Germany
 

Nonvascular Proton MRI of the Thorax: Pulmonary Utility and Beyond

Jonathan H. Chung, National Jewish Health, Denver, CO, USA
 

MRI of the Lung – ready … get set … go!

Jürgen Biederer, Radiologie Darmstadt, Gross-Gerau County Hospital, Germany
 

Case Series: Lung Imaging with MRI

Jürgen Biederer, Radiologie Darmstadt, Gross-Gerau County Hospital, Germany
 

Case Report: MRI of the Lung in a Young Child with Abscess Pneumonia Caused by H1N1 Infection

Monika Eichinger, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Dept. of Radiology, Heidelberg, Germany
 

A Practical Approach to Lung MRI at 1.5T

Jürgen Biederer, Radiologie Darmstadt, Gross-Gerau County Hospital, Germany
 


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Lung MRI Indications and Protocols

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