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Abstract #3098

Efficacy of motion-free MRI of the shoulder using Compressed SENSE MultiVane

Shinji Saruya1, Masami Yoneyama2, Yasutomo Katsumata2, Kaiji Inoue1, Eito Kozawa1, and Mamoru Niitsu1
1Saitama Medical University, iruma-gun, Japan, 2Philips Japan, minato-ku, Japan


Combining Compressed SENSE (CS), an acceleration technique that combines with compressed sensing and SENSE, with MultiVane achieves comparable scan time to Cartesian scan and increases motion robustness while maintaining similar image quality to Cartesian scan without increasing streak artifacts. We compared this newly developed CS-MultiVane with conventional acquisition method such as routine SENSE, SENSE-MuliVane with reduction factor = 1.0 and SENSE-MuliVane with reduction factor = 1.4 in terms of the overall image quality, overall degree of artifacts and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). In conclusion, CS-MultiVane acquisition method is feasible for MRI of the shoulder.

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