Rapid Structure-Function MRI of the Lung for Post-COVID-19 Management

Brief description of study

The objective of this application is to develop novel rapid free-breathing four-dimensional (4D=3D+time) lung MRI techniques that will enable non-invasive radiation-free evaluation of lung anatomy and pulmonary function in the longitudinal follow-ups of post-COVID-19 patients. This novel imaging framework could provide a unique opportunity to augment post-COVID care, particularly for identifying COVID-19-induced lung abnormality in a timely manner and for studying the longitudinal changes of lung anatomy and global/regional pulmonary function.

Clinical Study Identifier: s23-00381
Principal Investigator: Li Feng.

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