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Abstract #2520

Effect of different Compressed-SENSE acceleration factors on pancreas volume using 3D mDIXON Quant

Jie Yang1, Qinhe Zhang1, Ailian Liu1, Jiazheng Wang2, and Zhongping Zhang2
1The first affiliated hospital of Dalian Medical University, Dalian, China, 2Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China

The pancreatic volume can reflect the function of the pancreas to a certain extent. The 3D mDixon Quant can be used to assess the volume of the tissue structure, but some patients cannot tolerate the long-term breath test. This study was designed to ensure pancreas volume using different CS acceleration factors on the premise of ensuring image quality. The results show that CS-SENSE 6 guarantees image quality and reduces scan time.

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