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Abstract #3680

Real Time MRI at 70 frames per second: Establishing protocols for maxillofacial surgery applications.

Aneurin J Kennerley1, Isaac J Watson2, Lloyd A.E Bollans1, David A Mitchell3, and Angelika J Sebald1,3
1Chemistry, University of York, York, United Kingdom, 2Electronic Engineering, University of York, York, United Kingdom, 3York Cross Disciplinary Centre for Systems Analysis, University of York, York, United Kingdom

We showcase a 70+ frame per second Real Time MRI protocol that is robust and flexible for a number of different applications in maxillofacial surgery (including multi-plane monitoring speech and swallowing mechanisms) and associated follow up/long term monitoring for reducing depression and improving post-operative quality of life for patients. We explore the use of different food types to act as MR contrast agents to highlight changes in oral function. The project is co-created with a consulting Oral & Maxillofacial and Head & Neck Surgeon (Mr D Mitchell).

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