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Jeffrey Maki
M.D., Ph.D.
Radiologist
   Member since: 08/23/11

Enterprise: University of Washington
Seattle, USA

jmaki@uw.edu
 


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Clinical Specialty: Body and Vascular MRI
 

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Better evaluation of stenosis in steady state with Ablavar
A 70-year-old male with hypertension and hyperlipidemia presented with a non-healing left great toe ulcer. In order to better define his vascular anatomy and plan possible revascularization, a peripheral MRA was done with Achieva 1.5T at the Puget Sound VA HCS, Seattle, USA.
MRICase Study
By: Maki, Jeffrey, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 10, 2011
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Views: 1244
Steady State MRA better reveals true anatomy and improves the evaluation of stenosis
62-year-old male smoker with suspected aorto-iliac and peripheral vascular occlusive disease presented with accelerating 20 yard left calf claudication underwent a peripheral MRA with Achieva 1.5T at the Puget Sound VA HCS, Seattle, USA.
MRICase Study
By: Maki, Jeffrey, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 10, 2011
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Views: 3138
1.5T Run-off with blood-pool contrast agent - University of Washington Medical Center
This release 2.6.3 ExamCard is designed for peripheral MRA with a blood-pool contrast agent on Achieva 1.5T. Blood-pool agents permit steady state imaging, allowing higher resolution and reducing timing errors.
MRIExamCard
By: Maki, Jeffrey, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 10, 2011
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Views: 1890
Blood-pool contrast agents help increase contrast and resolution of MRA
Dr. Maki, University of Washington Medical Center and Puget Sound VA Health Care Service, is using MRA with a blood pool agent to look for atherosclerotic occlusive disease.
MRIBest Practice
By: Maki, Jeffrey, M.D., Ph.D.
On: Nov 10, 2011
Rating:
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Views: 1315

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