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Table 1 MBV by MRI shows expected relationship to MBF by microspheres

From: A steady-state method for computation of myocardial blood volume with the intravascular contrast agent Ablavar

Experiment 1
  Rest   Stress   
  MBV (ml/100g) % MBV increase (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MBV (ml/100g) % MBV reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MVR
Average 4.923   5.771   1.172
Stenosis 6.186 33.0 5.395 20.07 0.872
Remote 4.651   6.75   1.451
Flow from microspheres
  Rest   Stress   
  MBF (ml/min/g) % Flow reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MBF (ml/min/g) %Flow reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MFR
Stenosis 0.961 35.98 0.714 838.495 0.742
Remote 1.502   8.469   5.638
Experiment 2
  Rest   Stress   
  MBV (ml/100g) %MBV increase (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MBV (ml/100g) %MBV reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MVR
Average 3.241   4.828   1.490
Stenosis 3.669 9.85 4.335 19.94 1.182
Remote 3.340   5.415   1.833
Flow from microspheres
  Rest   Stress   
  MBF (ml/g/min) %Flow reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MBF (ml/g/min) % Flow reduction (Stenosis-Remote)/Remote MFR
Stenosis 0.687 25.239 0.908 627.226 1.322
Remote 0.918   6.414   8.583