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Clinical evaluation of accelerated cardiac cine imaging using iterative k-t-sparse SENSE
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- Published: 16 January 2014
- Left Ventricle
- Diagnostic Image Quality
- Left Ventricle Ejection Fraction
- Entire Left Ventricle
- Accel Factor
We sought to quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate a clinical implementation of accelerated MR acquisitions using iterative segmented k-t-sparse Cartesian SENSE balanced steady-state free-precession (SSFP) cinegraphic imaging.
Acceleration using iterative k-t-sparse SENSE techniques can be successfully applied in CMR to reduce scan times by > 50% while maintaining diagnostic image quality and quantitative accuracy in LV systolic function assessment.
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