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Abstract #3573

High Spatio-Temporal Fidelity Nongated Cardiac MRI with a 3 Second Patient-Adaptive Scan

Behzad Sharif1, John Andrew Derbyshire2, Yoram Bresler1

1Electrical and Computer Engineering, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, United States; 2Translational Medicine Branch, NHLBI, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, United States

Patient-Adaptive Reconstruction and Acquisition Dynamic Imaging with Sensitivity Encoding (PARADISE), is a highly accelerated non-gated dynamic imaging scheme that enables artifact-free imaging while providing performance guarantees on achievable SNR and spatio-temporal resolution. In addition to parallel imaging, the method gains acceleration from a sparse physiologically-driven spectral support model (in x-y-f space); hence it is doubly accelerated and adaptive. In this work, we present a modification of the PARADISE method that enables high spatio-temporal fidelity nongated 2D cine imaging with short scan times (3 seconds per slice). The method uses prospective adjustments to the x-y-f-space support to accommodate short scan times.