A simple modification for reducing scanning time and motion artefacts in clinical implementations of 3D-pCASL
Stephen James Wastling 1 , Gareth John Barker 1 , Jonathan Ashmore 2 , and Fernando Zelaya 1
Department of Neuroimaging, King's College
London, London, United Kingdom,
of Neuroradiology, King's College Hospital, London,
We show that it is possible to acquire 3D-PCASL data
with the same effective in-plane resolution and very
similar signal-to-noise ratio in a considerably shorter
time by judicious choice of the readout parameters.
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