First attempt to motion corrected flow encoding using free-breathing phase-contrast CINE MRI

Background Phase-contrast MRI encodes speed and direction of moving spins by means of toggling a bipolar gradient. It is a valuable tool for assessing conditions affecting the vascular system by measuring the velocity of flowing blood[2]. Clinically, this sequence is performed in breath-hold or in free breathing but, in the latter case, using signal… (More)