Model‐based reconstruction for simultaneous multi‐slice T1 mapping using single‐shot inversion‐recovery radial FLASH

  title={Model‐based reconstruction for simultaneous multi‐slice 
 T1 mapping using single‐shot inversion‐recovery radial FLASH},
  author={Xiaoqing Wang and Sebastian Rosenzweig and Nick Scholand and H. Christian M. Holme and Martin Uecker},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Medicine},
  pages={1258 - 1271}
To develop a single‐shot multi‐slice T1 mapping method by combing simultaneous multi‐slice (SMS) excitations, single‐shot inversion‐recovery (IR) radial fast low‐angle shot (FLASH), and a nonlinear model–based reconstruction method. 

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