A 72-channel receive array coil allows whole-heart cine MRI in two breath holds

Hugo Klarenberg, Mark Gosselink, Bram F. Coolen, Tim Leiner, Aart J. Nederveen, Adrianus J. Bakermans, Hildo J. Lamb, S. Matthijs Boekholdt, Martijn Froeling & Gustav J. Strijkers
Abstract Background A new 72-channel receive array coil and sensitivity encoding, compressed (C-SENSE) and noncompressed (SENSE), were investigated to decrease the number of breath-holds (BHs) for cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR). Methods Three-T CMRs were performed using the 72-channel coil with SENSE-2/4/6 and C-SENSE-2/4/6 accelerated short-axis cine two-dimensional balanced steady-state free precession sequences. A 16-channel coil with SENSE-2 served as reference. Ten healthy subjects were included. BH-time was kept under 15 s. Data were compared in...
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