Silke Lechner-Greite1, Matthew Tarasek2, Desmond Teck Beng Yeo2, and Florian Wiesinger1
temperature changes in the human skull is important in clinical transcranial
MR-guided focused ultrasound, as it can absorb a large amount of energy during
sonication and thereby produce heat. We propose to extract relative temperature
information from proton density weighted zero TE imaging and additionally
calibrate the T1 signal contamination effect.