Publications

This section contains articles published by our research group.

2013

  • Bieri O (2013). Ultra-Fast Steady State Free Precession and Its Application to In Vivo 1H Morphological and Functional Lung Imaging at 1.5T. Magn Reson Med. 70(3):657–63.
  • Bieri O, Scheffler K (2013). Fundamentals of balanced steady state free precession MRI. J Magn Reson Imaging 38(1): 2–11.
  • Juras V, Apprich S, Szomolanyi P, Bieri O, Deligianni X, Trattnig S (2013). Bi-exponential T2 analysis of healthy and diseased Achilles tendons: an in vivo preliminary magnetic resonance study and correlation with clinical score. Eur Radiol 23(10): 2814–22.
  • Pohmann R, Shajan G, Hoffmann J, Budde J, Hagberg G, Bieri O, Bisdas S, Ernemann U, Weigel M, Ehses Ph, Hennig J, Chadzynski G, Scheffler K (2013). Imaging and Spectroscopy at 9.4 Tesla: First Results on Patients and Volunteers. MAGNETOM Flash, 2: 58–67.
  • Wiewiorski M, Miska M, Kretzschmar M, Studler U, Bieri O, Valderrabano V (2013). Delayed gadolinium-enhanced MRI of cartilage of the ankle joint: results after autologous matrix-induced chondrogenesis (AMIC)-aided reconstruction of osteochondral lesions of the talus. Clin Radiol 68(10): 1031–8.
  • Petrusca L, Cattin P, De Luca V, Preiswerk F, Celicanin Z, Auboiroux V, Viallon M, Arnold P, Santini F, Terraz S, Scheffler K, Becker CD, Salomir R (2013). Hybrid ultrasound/magnetic resonance simultaneous acquisition and image fusion for motion monitoring in the upper abdomen. Invest Radiol. 48: 333–340.
  • Crooijmans HJ, Ruder TD, Eggert S, Paula P, Thali MJ, Bieri O, Schweitzer W (2013). Feasibility of post mortem cardiac proton density weighted fast field echo imaging in two cases of sudden death. Leg Med (Tokyo) 15(6): 310–4.
  • Crooijmans HJA, Ruder TD, Zech WD, Somaini S, Scheffler K, Thali MJ, Bieri O (2013). Feasibility of quantitative diffusion imaging of the heart in post-mortem MR. Journal of Forensic Radiology and Imaging 1(3): 124–128.
  • Deligianni X, Bär P, Scheffler K, Trattnig S, Bieri O (2013). High-resolution Fourier-encoded sub-millisecond echo time musculoskeletal imaging at 3 Tesla and 7 Tesla. Magn Reson Med 70(5): 1434–9.
  • Fischmann A, Hafner P, Gloor M, Schmid M, Klein A, Pohlman U, Waltz T, Gonzalez R, Haas T, Bieri O, Fischer D (2013). Quantitative MRI and loss of free ambulation in Duchenne muscular dystrophy. J Neurol 260(4): 969–74.
  • Seelig E, Keller U, Klarhöfer M, Scheffler K, Brand S, Holsboer-Trachsler E, Hatzinger M, Bilz S (2013). Neuroendocrine regulation and metabolism of glucose and lipids in primary chronic insomnia: a prospective case-control study. PLoS One 8(4): e61780.
  • Denier N, Gerber H, Vogel M, Klarhöfer M, Riecher-Rossler A, Wiesbeck GA, Lang UE, Borgwardt S, Walter M (2013). Reduction in cerebral perfusion after heroin administration: a resting state arterial spin labeling study. PLoS One 8(9): e71461.
  • Habermeyer B, Esposito F, Händel N, Lemoine P, Klarhöfer M, Mager R, Dittmann V, Seifritz E, Graf M (2013). Immediate processing of erotic stimuli in paedophilia and controls: a case control study. BMC Psychiatry 13: 88.
  • Habermeyer B, Esposito F, Händel N, Lemoine P, Kuhl HC, Klarhöfer M, Mager R, Mokros A, Dittmann V, Seifritz E, Graf M (2013). Response Inhibition in Pedophilia: An fMRI Pilot Study. Neuropsychobiology 68(4): 228–237.
  • Papassotiropoulos A, Stefanova E, Vogler C, Gschwind L, Ackermann S, Spalek K, Rasch B, Heck A, Aerni A, Hanser E, Demougin P, Huynh KD, Luechinger R, Klarhöfer M, Novakovic I, Kostic V, Boesiger P, Scheffler K, de Quervain DJ (2013). A genome-wide survey and functional brain imaging study identify CTNNBL1 as a memory-related gene. Mol Psychiatry 18(2): 255–63.
  • Ganter C, Settles M, Dregely I, Santini F, Scheffler K, Bieri O (2013). B1+-mapping with the transient phase of unbalanced steady-state free precession. Magn Reson Med 70(6): 1515–23.
  • Meckel S, Leitner L, Bonati LH, Santini F, Schubert T, Stalder AF, Lyrer P, Markl M, Wetzel SG (2013). Intracranial artery velocity measurement using 4D PC MRI at 3 T: comparison with transcranial ultrasound techniques and 2D PC MRI. Neuroradiology 55(4):389–98.