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Fig. 7 | Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance

Fig. 7

From: Quantification of blood flow in the fetus with cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging using Doppler ultrasound gating: validation against metric optimized gating

Fig. 7

Time-resolved versus static delineations. The variability between time-resolved and static delineations is small and static delineations can thus currently be recommended for fetal blood flow measurements in the descending aorta and umbilical vein. Bland-Altman plots showing flow volumes obtained using time-resolved versus static vessel delineations of the fetal descending aorta (DAo; top) and umbilical vein (UV; bottom) using the Doppler ultrasound (DUS; left) and metric optimized gating (MOG; right) methods. Solid lines indicate bias and dotted lines indicate 95% limits of agreement (LoA)

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