Magnetic resonance coronary angiography: Comparison between a Gd-BOPTA- and a Gd-DTPA-enhanced spoiled gradient-echo sequence and a non-contrast-enhanced steady-state free-precession sequence

K. Nassenstein*, F. Breuckmann, P. Hunold, J. Barkhausen, T. Schlosser

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