SMASH, SENSE, PILS, GRAPPA: How to Choose the Optimal Method

@article{Blaimer2004SMASHSP,
  title={SMASH, SENSE, PILS, GRAPPA: How to Choose the Optimal Method},
  author={Martin Blaimer and Felix Breuer and Matthias F. Mueller and Robin M. Heidemann and Mark A. Griswold and Peter M. Jakob},
  journal={Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={223-236}
}
Fast imaging methods and the availability of required hardware for magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) have significantly reduced acquisition times from about an hour down to several minutes or seconds. With this development over the last 20 years, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become one of the most important instruments in clinical diagnosis. In recent years, the greatest progress in further increasing imaging speed has been the development of parallel MRI (pMRI). Within the last 3… 
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