Data from: Model-based acceleration of Look-Locker T1 mapping

Johannes Tran-Gia, Tobias Wech, Thorsten A. Bley, Herbert Köstler & Thorsten Bley
Mapping the longitudinal relaxation time T1 has widespread applications in clinical MRI as it promises a quantitative comparison of tissue properties across subjects and scanners. Due to the long scan times of conventional methods, however, the use of quantitative MRI in clinical routine is still very limited. In this work, an acceleration of Inversion-Recovery Look-Locker (IR-LL) T1 mapping is presented. A model-based algorithm is used to iteratively enforce an exponential relaxation model to a highly...
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