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F. 29. Axial SE T1w showing an area of fatty infiltration in the anterior right ventricular free wall, which appears thinned and replaced by the adipose tissue. 30 F. 30. Fast SE image (left) showing focal high-intensity signals at the right ventricular free wall (arrows) suggestive of fatty infiltration. A fat supressed sequence (right) shows a signal void at these locations (asterisks) confirming the presence of fat; also the thin right ventricular myocardial wall appears now as a structure with intermediate signal intensity (arrow).
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1 on CD). As mentioned above, currendy contrastenhanced M R A is the method of choice in the routine clinical assessment of vascular disease. 2). 2 on CD). O n the other hand, computerized tridimensional reconstruction techniques appHed to tomographies of the aorta obtained with paramagnetic contrast, images can be obtained in which the vessel can be imaged as if viewed fi-om within. As the observer can then move at will along the aortic course, the technique has come to be known as virtual aortic endoscopy .
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