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Abstract #2527

Comparing the impact of through-plane motion during the cardiac cycle on steady state signal evolution in cine 2D and 3D balanced steady state free precession

Tyler Joseph Spear1, Tori Stromp1, Steve Leung2, and Moriel Vandsburger1

1Saha Cardiovascular Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, United States, 2Gill Heart Imaging Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, United States

This project uses cardiac magnetic resonance to compare cine balance steady state free precession signals between 2D and 3D acquisitions in order to better understand how through-plane motion of tissues impacts the change in signal through the cardiac cycle. As quantitative techniques become more prevalent and refined, it is imperative to be able understand the evolution of these signals to eliminate results due to physical motion of the heart that would skew the results of otherwise diagnostic tests.

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