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BACKGROUND: Adenosine stress T1-mapping on cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) can differentiate between normal, ischemic, infarcted, and remote myocardial tissue classes without the need for contrast agents. Regadenoson, a selective coronary vasodilator, is often used in stress perfusion imaging when adenosine is contra-indicated, and has advantages in ease of administration, safety profile, and clinical workflow. We aimed to characterize the regadenoson stress T1-mapping response in healthy individuals, and to investigate its ability to differentiate between myocardial tissue classes in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD). METHODS: Eleven healthy controls and 25 patients with CAD underwent regadenoson stress perfusion CMR, as well as rest and stress ShMOLLI T1-mapping. Native T1 values and stress T1 reactivity were derived for normal myocardium in healthy controls and for different myocardial tissue classes in patients with CAD. RESULTS: Healthy controls had normal myocardial native T1 values at rest (931 ± 22 ms) with significant global regadenoson stress T1 reactivity (δT1 = 8.2 ± 0.8% relative to baseline; p 

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/j.ijcard.2021.03.010

Type

Journal article

Journal

Int J Cardiol

Publication Date

08/03/2021

Keywords

Cardiovascular magnetic resonance, Coronary artery disease, Regadenoson, ShMOLLI, T1-mapping