Field-of-view limitations in parallel imaging.

@article{Griswold2004FieldofviewLI,
  title={Field-of-view limitations in parallel imaging.},
  author={Mark A. Griswold and S. Kannengie\sser and Robin M. Heidemann and Jianmin Wang and Peter M. Jakob},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={1118-26}
}
Parallel imaging is one of the most promising developments in recent years for the acceleration of MR acquisitions. One area of practical importance where different parallel imaging methods perform differently is the manner in which they deal with aliasing in the full-FOV reconstructed image. It has been reported that sensitivity encoding (SENSE) reconstruction fails whenever the reconstructed FOV is smaller than the object being imaged. On the other hand, generalized autocalibrating partially… CONTINUE READING