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Abstract #2659


Ola Norbeck1,2, Enrico Avventi1,2, Henric Ryden1,2, Johan Berglund2, Tim Sprenger3, and Stefan Skare1,2

1Neuroradiology, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden, 2Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Instituet, Stockholm, Sweden, 3MR Applied Science Laboratory Europe, GE Healthcare, Stockholm, Sweden

A thin-sliced (pseudo-3D) SMS accelerated PROPELLER with retrospective motion correction is demonstrated and compared to prospectively motion corrected 3D RARE using spiral navigators. The results show that our pseudo 3D PROPELLER sequence can produce higher image quality than 3D RARE, even in reformatted views, with and without the presence of head motion.

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