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Abstract #0120

MERLIN: Motion Insensitive Silent Neuroimaging

Emil Ljungberg1, Tobias Wood1, Ana Beatriz Solana2, Steven C.R. Williams1, Gareth J. Barker1, and Florian Wiesinger1,2
1Neuroimaging, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, King's College London, London, United Kingdom, 2ASL Europe, GE Healthcare, Munich, Germany

In this work we present MERLIN (Motion Elimination in Radial acquisition Leveraging Interleaved Navigators): a new method for silent, motion insensitive, MRI using self-navigated zero echo time (ZTE) imaging. Using T1w ZTE neuroimaging as an example, we demonstrate that MERLIN can correct for rigid body motion and markedly improve image quality. Such a silent and motion insensitive neuroimaging protocol can save time and money in both clinical and research settings.

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