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Abstract #1604

Clinical Feasibility of High-Resolution Intracranial Vessel Wall MRI with Compressed Sensing

Chae Jung Park1, Jihoon Cha1, Sung Soo Ahn1, Hyun Seok Choi1, and Seung-Koo Lee1
1Department of Radiology, Severance hospital, Seoul, Republic of Korea

We investigated the clinical feasibility of compressed sensing (CS) in the intracranial vessel wall magnetic resonance imaging (VW-MRI) by applying CS to 3D post-contrast T1-weighted images (T1C). CS enabled larger scan coverage with nearly same scan time, while achieving comparable image quality, normal wall and lesion wall delineation. Furthermore, most T1C with CS provided acceptable quality with regard to overall image quality (84.7%), normal wall delineation (83.3%), and lesion wall delineation (97.8%), which was similar to T1C without CS. Therefore, CS is clinically feasible when applied to the post-contrast intracranial VW-MRI.

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