A frame work for non-rigid motion corrected compressed sensing for highly accelerated MRI

Abstract

Introduction: Compressed Sensing (CS) has been demonstrated to reconstruct sparse MR images of adequate quality from highly undersampled data [1], resulting in reduced scan times. In MRI, extensive motion during the acquisition (e.g. respiratory motion in cardiac scans) can cause inconsistencies in the k-space data, introducing blurring and ghosting like… (More)

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