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Abstract #2053

Motion-Sensitive (MoSe) CINE imaging: utility for improving robustness of myocardial quantitative mapping

Isao Shiina1, Michinobu Nagao2, Masami Yoneyama3, Yasuhiro Goto1, Kazuo Kodaira1, Yutaka Hamatani1, Mamoru Takeyama1, Isao Tanaka1, and Shuji Sakai2
1Department of Radiological Services, Women's Medical University Hospital, tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Diagnostic imaging & Nuclear Medicine, Women's Medical University Hospital, tokyo, Japan, 3Philips Japan, tokyo, Japan

Motion-Sensitive (MoSe) CINE imaging, based on T2FFE (also known as PSIF) sequence, could clearly visualize the motion-insensitive cardiac timing due to its motion sensitivity and it point out when is the best timing to trigger for both systole and diastole to prevent signal loss and/or motion artifacts effectively. Confirming the MoSe CINE imaging in addition to conventional bSSFP CINE imaging could be useful to determine accurate trigger delay (TD) setting which leads to increase the robustness of image quality in quantitative myocardial mapping and other imaging such as T2-weighted imaging and diffusion-weighted imaging.

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