Neville D. Gai
Neville D. Gai
Scientist, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering, NIH
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T1 Mapping in cardiomyopathy at cardiac MR: comparison with endomyocardial biopsy
CT Sibley, RA Noureldin, N Gai, MS Nacif, S Liu, EB Turkbey, JO Mudd, ...
Radiology 265 (3), 724-732, 2012
Myofiber architecture of the human atria as revealed by submillimeter diffusion tensor imaging
F Pashakhanloo, DA Herzka, H Ashikaga, S Mori, N Gai, DA Bluemke, ...
Circulation: arrhythmia and electrophysiology 9 (4), e004133, 2016
T1 mapping of the gadolinium‐enhanced myocardium: Adjustment for factors affecting interpatient comparison
N Gai, EB Turkbey, S Nazarian, RJ Van Der Geest, CY Liu, JAC Lima, ...
Magnetic resonance in medicine 65 (5), 1407-1415, 2011
Myocardial T1 mapping with MRI: comparison of Look‐Locker and MOLLI sequences
MS Nacif, EB Turkbey, N Gai, S Nazarian, RJ Van Der Geest, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 34 (6), 1367-1373, 2011
Cardiac magnetic resonance T1 mapping of left atrial myocardium
R Beinart, IM Khurram, S Liu, H Yarmohammadi, HR Halperin, ...
Heart rhythm 10 (9), 1325-1331, 2013
Modified Look‐Locker T1 evaluation using Bloch simulations: Human and phantom validation
ND Gai, C Stehning, M Nacif, DA Bluemke
Magnetic resonance in medicine 69 (2), 329-336, 2013
Modified look-locker inversion recovery T1 mapping indices: assessment of accuracy and reproducibility between magnetic resonance scanners
FS Raman, N Kawel-Boehm, N Gai, M Freed, J Han, CY Liu, JAC Lima, ...
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 15 (1), 64, 2013
Median nerve cross-sectional area and MRI diffusion characteristics: normative values at the carpal tunnel
L Yao, N Gai
Skeletal radiology 38, 355-361, 2009
Submillimeter diffusion tensor imaging and late gadolinium enhancement cardiovascular magnetic resonance of chronic myocardial infarction
F Pashakhanloo, DA Herzka, S Mori, M Zviman, H Halperin, N Gai, ...
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 19 (1), 9, 2016
Fat-corrected T2 measurement as a marker of active muscle disease in inflammatory myopathy
L Yao, N Gai
American Journal of Roentgenology 198 (5), W475-W481, 2012
On methods for maximum a posteriori image reconstruction with a normal prior
GT Herman, AR De Pierro, N Gai
Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation 3 (4), 316-324, 1992
Assessment of cardiac involvement in myotonic muscular dystrophy by T1 mapping on magnetic resonance imaging
EB Turkbey, N Gai, JAC Lima, RJ Van Der Geest, KR Wagner, ...
Heart Rhythm 9 (10), 1691-1697, 2012
Correction of motion artifacts in linogram and projection reconstruction MRI using geometry and consistency constraints
N Gai, L Axel
Medical Physics 23 (2), 251-262, 1996
Axial scan orientation and the tibial tubercle–trochlear groove distance: error analysis and correction
L Yao, N Gai, RD Boutin
American Journal of Roentgenology 202 (6), 1291-1296, 2014
3.0-T whole-heart coronary magnetic resonance angiography: comparison of gadobenate dimeglumine and gadofosveset trisodium
FS Raman, MS Nacif, G Cater, N Gai, J Jones, D Li, CT Sibley, S Liu, ...
The international journal of cardiovascular imaging 29, 1085-1094, 2013
Evaluation of optimized breath‐hold and free‐breathing 3D ultrashort echo time contrast agent‐free MRI of the human lung
ND Gai, A Malayeri, H Agarwal, R Evers, D Bluemke
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 43 (5), 1230-1238, 2016
Whole‐brain cerebral blood flow mapping using 3D echo planar imaging and pulsed arterial tagging
ND Gai, SL Talagala, JA Butman
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 33 (2), 287-295, 2011
Design of a logarithmic k‐space spiral trajectory
HE Cline, X Zong, N Gai
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2001
Three‐dimensional T1 and T2* mapping of human lung parenchyma using interleaved saturation recovery with dual echo ultrashort echo time imaging (ITSR‐DUTE)
ND Gai, AA Malayeri, DA Bluemke
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 45 (4), 1097-1104, 2017
Inversion recovery susceptibility weighted imaging with enhanced T2 weighting at 3 T improves visualization of subpial cortical multiple sclerosis lesions
ES Beck, N Gai, S Filippini, J Maranzano, G Nair, DS Reich
Investigative radiology 55 (11), 727-735, 2020
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