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HEALPix View-order for 3D Radial Self-Navigated Motion-Corrected ZTE MRI

@article{Corum2019HEALPixVF,
  title={HEALPix View-order for 3D Radial Self-Navigated Motion-Corrected ZTE MRI},
  author={Curtis Andrew Corum and Stanley J Kruger and Vincent A. Magnotta},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Compressed sensing has reinvigorated the field of non-Cartesian sampling in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Until now there has been no 3D radial view-order which meets all the desired characteristics for simultaneous dynamic/high-resolution imaging, such as for self-navigated motion-corrected high resolution neuroimaging. In this work, we examine the use of Hierarchical Equal Area iso-Latitude Pixelization (HEALPix) for generation of three-dimensional (3D) radial view-orders for MRI, and… 

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