International Journal on Magnetic Particle Imaging
Vol 8 No 1 Suppl 1 (2022): Int J Mag Part Imag
https://doi.org/10.18416/IJMPI.2022.2203035

Proceedings Articles

Highly Flexible Human Aneurysm Models for Realistic Flow Experiments with MPI and MRI

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Teresa Reichl  , Patrick Winter  (University of Würzburg), Kristina Anđelović  (University of Würzburg), Wolfgang R. Bauer (University Hospital Würzburg), Peter M. Jakob (University of Würzburg), Thorsten A. Bley  (University Hospital Würzburg), Volker Herold (University of Würzburg), Volker C. Behr  (University of Würzburg), Stefan Herz  (University Hospital Würzburg), Patrick Vogel  (University of Würzburg)

Abstract

4D flow experiments, as known from MRI, are useful to examine the fluid dynamics in complex vessel geometries with high accuracy. The transfer to a positive contrasted fast and sensitive modality, such as MPI, offers new insights into dynamic particle flow under real-time visualization. In particular, measurements in 3D printed vascular phantoms are beneficial since they allow studies of the complicated flow-related interrelations causing the development of pathologies and also provide a quality control for the development of more realistic vascular phantoms. The presented framework provides an easy-to-use processing from extraction of desired vessel structures from 3D MRI or CT data over preparation them for 3D printing and further processing to final measurements.

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