Artifact reduction in EPI with phase-encoded reference scan.

@article{Hu1996ArtifactRI,
  title={Artifact reduction in EPI with phase-encoded reference scan.},
  author={Xinli Hu and T H Le},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={
          166-71
        }
}
Echo-planar imaging is becoming widely used for various applications. However, because of inherent limitations, images obtained with EPI are often degraded by artifacts arising from the inconsistency between the odd and even echoes in the acquired data. Several correction techniques, including those based on reference measurement, have been previously reported. In this paper, a correction method based on phase-encoded reference measurement is described. This technique is demonstrated with… CONTINUE READING

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