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Edgar Hernandez Andrade

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a powerful tool for the detection of ferromagnetic components. This property can be used for the early detection of pathologic conditions related to liver iron overload. Neonatal hemochromatosis and hemosiderosis are conditions associated with severe liver disease. Infections like parvovirus and cytomegalovirus, metabolic conditions and gestational allo-immune liver disease can produce neonatal hemochromatosis phenotype. Fetal iron overload can be detected early by using T<sub>2</sub>* multi-echo gradient sequence. There are only few studies reporting standard T<sub>2</sub>* values of the fetal liver at 1.5 T. The aim of this study is to evaluated the standard T<sub>2</sub>* values of the fetal liver using prenatal MRI with 3.0 T. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2020 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course , 2020

Authors: Marin Concha Julio, Qu Feifei, Hernandez Andrade Edgar, Jella Pavan, Mody Swati, Subramanian Karthikeyan, Ghassaban Kiarash, Romero Roberto, Haacke E.

Keywords: Fetal MRI, T2* mapping, Neonatal hemochromatosis

Fetal intracranial volume is one of the most important parameters used in assessing normal fetal growth. Based on volumetric ultrasound (US), Virtual Organ Computer-Aided-anaLysis (VOCAL<sup>TM</sup>) is a commonly used technique for such measurement. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) offers better soft tissue contrast for fetal brain imaging and is considered as one of the best tools for tissue volumetry, and as a standard for comparison. In this work we compare fetal intracranial volumes measured from MRI with those obtained from VOCAL<sup>TM</sup> measurements in the same fetuses. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Neelavalli Jaladhar, Romero Roberto, Hernandez-andrade Edgar, Mody Swati, Yadav Brijesh, Kabrera Maria, Jella Pavan, Yeo Lami, Haacke Ewart, Hassan Sonia

Keywords: correlation, volumetry, HASTE, VOCALTM, fetal growth