In Vivo Cardiac DTI on a Widely-Available Clinical Scanner
Christopher Nguyen 1 , Zhaoyang Fan 1 , Xiaoming Bi 2 , and Debiao Li 1
Biomedical Imaging Research Institute,
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, United
Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA, United States
A novel cardiac diffusion tensor imaging sequence is
proposed that utilizes a widely-available clinical MRI
system. Different levels of motion compensation are
tested with second-order gradient moment nulling
resulting with the least amount of signal loss. B1
inhomogeneity still persists as a challenge to overcome
but preliminary results are promising.
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