Cardiovascular magnetic resonance artefacts

@inproceedings{Ferreira2013CardiovascularMR,
  title={Cardiovascular magnetic resonance artefacts},
  author={Pedro F Ferreira and Peter D Gatehouse and Raad H. Mohiaddin and David N. Firmin},
  booktitle={Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance},
  year={2013}
}
The multitude of applications offered by CMR make it an increasing popular modality to study the heart and the surrounding vessels. Nevertheless the anatomical complexity of the chest, together with cardiac and respiratory motion, and the fast flowing blood, present many challenges which can possibly translate into imaging artefacts. The literature is wide in terms of papers describing specific MR artefacts in great technical detail. In this review we attempt to summarise, in a language… CONTINUE READING

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