Highly-Accelerated Cardiac Cine MR Imaging using kats ARC (Autocalibrating Reconstruction for Cartesian Sampling with k- & Adaptive-t-Space Data Synthesis)


Introduction: Cardiac cine MRI (CMRI) is a routine exam for studying myocardium functionality. High spatiotemporal-resolution CMRI has been challenging, limited by breathhold capability. Recently, various k-t techniques [1,2] have been developed to achieve acceleration factors (AF) ≥3 in dynamic imaging by incorporating temporal correlations. Among these… (More)


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