S Riederer

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Introduction Real-time prospective correction of global inter-image head motion in fMR1 has previously been demonstrated for linear and rotational motion in a single plane [1,2]. With this approach, a group of echo planar images in an IMRI time series is preceded by a navigator echo which is then used to prospectively correct for inter-image head motion.(More)
The physics of the MR image formation fundamentally trades off spatial resolution with temporal resolution. Time spent in acquiring data for the second image of a time series can alternatively be spent in sampling higher spatial frequencies for the first image to improve its spatial resolution. Historically this tradeoff has been addressed by making the(More)
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