Narae Choi1, Minoh Ghim1, Seungwook Yang1, Sang-Young Zho1, Dong-Hyun Kim1,2
1Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, Sinchon dong, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; 2Radiology, Yonsei University, Sinchon dong, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
The electric properties tomography (EPT) is used to evaluate tissue conductivity in vivo by analyzing B1 map. The B1 map, however, is hampered by attenuation of signal amplitude from the flow within a voxel. This study focuses on the reconstruction of in vivo conductivity map using double spin echo signal for flow compensation.