This study investigated Controlled Aliasing In Parallel Imaging Results IN Higher Acceleration (CAIPIRINHA) in combination with Rotated Slab Excitation (ROSE) to reduce parallel imaging artifacts and residual aliasing artifacts using a coronal reconstruction and sagittal excitation. Images acquired using the CAIPIRINHA sampling pattern had fewer parallel imaging artifacts than using a conventional sampling pattern. G-factor analysis also demonstrated improved SNR performance using the CAIPIRINHA sampling pattern. The CAIPIRIHNA sampling pattern when combined with ROSE reduced residual aliasing artifacts and parallel imaging artifacts. This enables higher acceleration factors for shorter scan times, without sacrificing image quality.