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Fig. 4

From: CMR for myocardial characterization in ischemic heart disease: state-of-the-art and future developments

Fig. 4

Conventional LGE (a), dark blood LGE (b), according Muscogiuri et al [108], and T1 map (c) are shown in a 62-year-old male with known coronary artery disease. Conventional LGE shows small area of hyperenhancement in the inferoseptal and inferior segments (white arrow), corresponding to myocardial infarct in the right coronary artery territory. The same area is depicted by dark-blood LGE and the T1 map (white arrows). Note that the discrimination of blood and infarct signals is improved on dark-blood LGE compared with the conventional technique. LGE Late gadolinium enhancement

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