Motion-compensation techniques in neonatal and fetal MR imaging.

@article{Malamateniou2013MotioncompensationTI,
  title={Motion-compensation techniques in neonatal and fetal MR imaging.},
  author={Christina Malamateniou and Shaihan J Malik and Serena J. Counsell and Joanna M. Allsop and Amy Mcguinness and Tsahi Zack Hayat and Kathryn M. Broadhouse and Rita Gouveia Nunes and Ash Ederies and Joseph V. Hajnal and Mary Rutherford},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={1124-36}
}
SUMMARY Fetal and neonatal MR imaging is increasingly used as a complementary diagnostic tool to sonography. MR imaging is an ideal technique for imaging fetuses and neonates because of the absence of ionizing radiation, the superior contrast of soft tissues compared with sonography, the availability of different contrast options, and the increased FOV. Motion in the normally mobile fetus and the unsettled, sleeping, or sedated neonate during a long acquisition will decrease image quality in… CONTINUE READING

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