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Abstract #2468

Quiet quantitative susceptibility mapping with Looping Star

Nikou Louise Damestani1, Ana Beatriz Solana2, Florian Wiesinger2, Brice Fernandez3, Steven Charles Rees Williams1, and David John Lythgoe1
1Department of Neuroimaging, King's College London, London, United Kingdom, 2GE Healthcare, Munich, Germany, 3GE Healthcare, Paris, France


Looping Star is an acoustically quiet T2*-weighted acquisition technique, which has primarily been used to demonstrate functional sensitivity. We present the application of Looping Star to quantitative susceptibility mapping in a small cohort, directly comparing its outcomes with a conventional susceptibility-weighted imaging technique. We found that Looping Star produced comparable quantitative values in subcortical regions in comparison with conventional susceptibility-weighted imaging.

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