Susanne Rieseberg

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Two-dimensional spatially-selective RF (2DRF) excitation pulses were developed for single-shot echo-planar imaging (EPI) with reduced field of view (FOV) in the phase-encoding direction. The decreased number of k-space lines significantly shortens the length of the EPI echo train. Thus, both gradient-echo and spin-echo 2DRF-EPI images of the human brain at(More)
Diffusion-weighted single-shot STEAM MRI allows for diffusion mapping of the human brain without sensitivity to resonance offset effects. In order to compensate for its inherently lower SNR and speed than echo-planar imaging, this work describes the use of partial Fourier encoding in combination with image reconstruction by the projection onto convex(More)
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