Daniel Gallichan1, Jan Scholz1, Andreas J. Bartsch2, Timothy E. Behrens1, Matthew D. Robson3, Karla L. Miller1
1FMRIB Centre, University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxon, UK; 2Neuroradiology, University of Wrzburg; 3OCMR, University of Oxford
Diffusion-weighted imaging employs large gradient lobes which are known to cause vibration of the patient table. We identify and characterise an artefact arising from these vibrations. We suggest a method to correct affected data as well as how to choose protocol parameters to avoid the acquisition of affected data.