Automated reacquisition for respiration insensitive scanning with MRI

Paul Kinchesh
Automated and immediate reacquisition of data that are corrupted by respiratory motion has been developed to improve respiration insensitive scanning in small animal MRI. Methods have been developed to maximise the efficiency with which respiratory and cardio-respiratory synchronised scans can be acquired and provide quantitative image data that exhibit a remarkably low level of motion artefact. 3D dynamic contrast enhanced (DCE)-MRI is performed with a mean frame interval of 13.7 s which enables early passage...
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