Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study

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Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. / Grist, James T; Riemer, Frank; Hansen, Esben; Tougaard, Rasmus S; McLean, Mary A; Kaggie, Joshua; Bøgh, Nikolaj; Graves, Martin J; Gallagher, Ferdia A; Laustsen, Christoffer.

Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. 2020. (Kidney International).

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Grist, JT, Riemer, F, Hansen, E, Tougaard, RS, McLean, MA, Kaggie, J, Bøgh, N, Graves, MJ, Gallagher, FA & Laustsen, C 2020, Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. in Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. Kidney International. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2020.04.056

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Grist, J. T., Riemer, F., Hansen, E., Tougaard, R. S., McLean, M. A., Kaggie, J., Bøgh, N., Graves, M. J., Gallagher, F. A., & Laustsen, C. (2020). Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. In Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study Kidney International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2020.04.056

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Grist JT, Riemer F, Hansen E, Tougaard RS, McLean MA, Kaggie J, Bøgh N, Graves MJ, Gallagher FA, Laustsen C. 2020. Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. In Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. (Kidney International). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2020.04.056

MLA

Grist, James T et al. "Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study". Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. (Kidney International). 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2020.04.056

Vancouver

Grist JT, Riemer F, Hansen E, Tougaard RS, McLean MA, Kaggie J et al. Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. In Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. 2020. (Kidney International). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.kint.2020.04.056

Author

Grist, James T ; Riemer, Frank ; Hansen, Esben ; Tougaard, Rasmus S ; McLean, Mary A ; Kaggie, Joshua ; Bøgh, Nikolaj ; Graves, Martin J ; Gallagher, Ferdia A ; Laustsen, Christoffer. / Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. Visualization of sodium dynamics in the kidney by magnetic resonance imaging by a multisite study. 2020. (Kidney International).

Bibtex

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abstract = "Sodium magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a powerful, non-invasive technique to assess the sodium distribution within the kidney. Here we undertook pre-clinical and clinical studies to quantify the corticomedullary sodium gradient in healthy individuals and in a porcine model of diuresis. The results demonstrated that sodium MRI could detect spatial differences in sodium biodistribution across the kidney. The sodium gradient of the kidney changed significantly after diuresis in the pig model and was independent of blood electrolyte measurements. Thus, rapid sodium MRI can be used to dynamically quantify sodium biodistribution in the porcine and human kidney.",
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