Purpose:Respiratory motion is a common source of artifactsdegrading the image quality, in particular in abdominal imaging. Anefficient strategy to minimize the associated artifacts is breath-holding,if the patient can hold his/her breath sufficientlylong. To cope with asudden, premature onset of breathing during scanning, a dedicatedsampling pattern recently was proposed , which facilitates a continuoustemporally changing compromise between undersampling artifacts,SNR, and spatial resolution allowing for scan termination at every pointin time during the breath-hold. In this work, dualecho imaging wasadded to this type of sampling pattern for water-fat separation, and acoil compression technique was included for faster reconstruction.Thisapproach was furthermore complemented with an efficient intrinsicnavigator to trigger scan termination.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 01.02.2013|
|Event||ISMRM Workshop on data sampling 2013 - Sedona, United States|
Duration: 03.02.2013 → 06.02.2013
|Conference||ISMRM Workshop on data sampling 2013|
|Period||03.02.13 → 06.02.13|