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Abstract #2544

Clinical feasibility of compressed SENSE accelerated MRCP with Vital Eye in pancreaticobiliary disorders: a preliminary study.

Ming He1, Xiaoqi Wang2, Jiazheng Wang2, Zhengyu Jin1, and Huadan Xue1
1Department of radiology, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing, China, 2Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China

The purposes of this study were to prospectively evaluate the clinical feasibility of a MRCP protocol using both Vital Eye and compressed SENSE(CS-VE-MRCP) and to compare its performance with original navigator-triggered (NT) CS-NT-MRCP and NT-MRCP. The results show that the imaging quality and diagnostic performance of CS-VE-MRCP was comparable to that of NT-MRCP and slightly superior than that of CS-NT-MRCP. Besides, the scan time of CS-VE-MRCP was significantly decreased compared to that of NT-MRCP. The combination of compressed SENSE and Vital Eye in MRCP was feasible, suggesting the potential of imaging time reduction without pampering the diagnostic capability.

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