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Abstract #1748

Detectability of the Dura Matter at 7T using Compressed Sensing

Olivier E Mougin1, Joshua McAteer1, Matthan Caan2, and Penny A Gowland1
1School of Physics and Astronomy, SPMIC, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 2Department of Biomedical Engineering & Physics, Amsterdam University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands

High resolution of the dura matter is useful to detect and follow meningeal pathology. We presented 0.5mm isotropic images obtained at 7T, using compressed sensing to reduce the acquisition time and improve the detectability of the dura matter. Acceleration up to a factor of 8 was possible with broadening of the PSF of the dura visible at acceleration factor higher than 6.

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