Impact of motion correction on in-vivo assessment of Placenta Adhesion Abnormality (PAA) disorders using IVIM method
Mbaimou Auxence Ngremmadji1, Robin Draveny1, Audrey Krisch2, Khalid Ambarki3, Dominik NICKEL4, Charline Bertholdt1,5, Olivier Morel1,5, Marine Beaumont1,2, and Bailiang Chen1,2
1IADI, Inserm U1254, Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France, 2CIC-IT 1433, Inserm, CHRU Nancy, Nancy, France, 3Siemens Healthineers, Nancy, France, 4MR Applications Predevelopment, Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Erlangen, Germany, 5Women's Division, Nancy Regional and University Hospital Center (CHRU), Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France, Nancy, France
Placenta adhesion abnormality (PAA) is the consequence of an excessive invasion of the placenta within the myometrium. Due to its severe maternal pregnancy outcomes, screening of subjects with suspicions of PAA are very important. The utilisation of intra voxel incoherent motion (IVIM) technique may help to improve the diagnosis. But its stability and robustness need to be improved and analysed. Here we aim to evaluate the impact and address the importance of motion correction technique to assess PAA disorders in-vivo using IVIM method in order to establish a robust and stable pipeline for PAA patient screening.
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