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Abstract #2830

Using Compressed Sense Technique for Lumbar Vertebra Imaging: Comparison with Conventional Parallel Imaging

Tianyang Gao1, Shinong Pan1, Zhao Lu1, Fengzhe Wang1, and Jiazheng Wang2
1Shengjing Hospital of China Medical University, Shenyang, China, 2Clinical Science, Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China

SENSE-TSE is widely used in routine joint scanning, which requires a considerable length of scan duration. Staying in the same position for a long time inevitably causes discomfort and unwanted movement of patients, resulting in image quality degradation. Therefore, shortening imaging time to reduce motion artifacts has become an important goal in the application of CS acceleration in clinical practice.This study aims to retrospectively compare the image quality and diagnosis accuracy of CS-TSE and SENSE-TSE in lumbar vertebra MRI.

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