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Abstract #3936

Compressed Sensing vs. Conventional Parallel Imaging: Utility of Head and Neck MRI for Image Quality and Inspection Efficacy

Hirotaka Ikeda1, Yoshiharu Ohno1, Kaori Yamamoto2, Kazuhiro Murayama3, Masato Ikedo2, Masao Yui2, Satomu Hanamatsu1, Akiyoshi Iwase4, Takashi Fukuba4, and Hiroshi Toyama1
1Radiology, Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Toyoake, Japan, 2Canon Medical System Corporation, Otawara, Japan, 3Joint Research Laboratory of Advanced Medical Imaging, Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Toyoake, Japan, 4Fujita Health University Hospital, Toyoake, Japan

There have been no major reports for assessing the utility of Compressed Sensing (CS) with Parallel Imaging (PI) as compared with routinely applied conventional PI for head and neck MR imaging. We hypothesized that a newly developed CS with PI could shorten examination time and improve the image quality for head and neck MR imaging as compared with conventional PI. The purpose of this study was to directly compare the capability for examination time shortening and image quality improvement of head and neck 3T MR imaging between CS with PI and conventional PI.

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