Feasibility of using automated insufflated carbon dioxide (CO2) for luminal distension in 3.0T MR colonography
European Journal of Radiology, 05/21/2012
Zijta FM et al. – MR colonography at 3.0T using carbon dioxide (CO2) for colonic distension is technically feasible. The presence of intraluminal CO2 did not result in susceptibility artefacts, although overall image quality was influenced by artefacts.