THE EFFECT OF NOISE ON THE ACCURACY OF STRAIN MEASURMENT WHEN USING STRAIN ENCODED (SENC) MRI
Yousef T, Osman N
Johns Hopkins University
In this abstract, a thorough analysis of noise effect on the measurements of strain from SENC and how this guides the selection of the SENC pulse sequence parameters.
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