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Abstract #2525

Inhomogeneity Insensitive MSDE (i2MSDE)

Jinnan Wang 1 , Michael Schr 2 , Chun Yuan 3 , and Peter Brnert 4

1 Philips Research North America, Seattle, WA, United States, 2 Philips Healthcare, Cleveland, Ohio, United States, 3 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, United States, 4 Philips Research Europe, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Motion sensitized driven equilibrium (MSDE) was proposed as an effective way to achieve black blood vessel wall imaging. With the gaining popularity of large coverage 3D vessel wall imaging, banding artifacts can be frequently found on existing MSDE images. In this abstract, an inhomogeneity insensitive MSDE (i2MSDE) was proposed for robust large coverage vessel wall imaging. The signal improvement was found on simulation, phantom experiments and also validated in vivo. i2MSDE is a promising technique for large coverage black blood imaging.

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