Tim Nielsen1, Chiel den Harder2, Clemens Bos3, Peter Brnert1
1Philips Research, Hamburg, Germany; 2Philips Healthcare, Best, Netherlands; 3University Medical Centre, Utrecht, Netherlands
A breathing motion artifact reduction method is demonstrated which can be applied to a clinical shoulder imaging protocol and 1.) uses an orbital navigator (onav) signal to sense the breathing motion and 2.) uses a reconstruction from a reduced dataset to improve image quality. The motion signal from the navigator is used to control which data are used in the reconstruction.