MR Fingerprinting (MRF) can simultaneously map multiple parameters and can be used to compute estimates of tissue fractions. However, MRF-derived M0 maps contain information about both proton density (PD) and the receiver sensitivity profile (RP). Here we estimate relative PD and RP from MRF M0 and T1 maps. Relative PD and tissue fractions are combined for absolute quantity mapping of CSF, gray matter, and white matter as a fraction of the voxel equilibrium magnetization.
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