Motion Corrected Sparse SENSE for highly accelerated Multi Slice cardiac CINE
Muhammad Usman 1 , David Atkinson 2 , Gerald Greil 1 , Tobias Schaeffter 1 , and Claudia Prieto 1,3
Division of Imaging Sciences and Biomedical
Engineering, King's College London, London, Greater
London, United Kingdom,
of Image Computing, University College London, London,
de Ingenieria, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile,
In this work, we propose a novel method titled Motion
Corrected Sparse SENSE (MC-SS) that can give motion
corrected reconstruction from free breathing data
acquired in scan duration of a single breath-hold.
Prospective multi-slice free-breathing golden radial
cardiac MR acquisitions of 2 minutes (10 sec per slice),
performed in 5 volunteers and 2 patients, demonstrate
the feasibility of MC-SS framework for highly
accelerated multislice CINE.
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