Second order motion compensated spin-echo diffusion tensor imaging of the human heart

@inproceedings{Stoeck2015SecondOM,
  title={Second order motion compensated spin-echo diffusion tensor imaging of the human heart},
  author={Christian T. Stoeck and Constantin von Deuster and Martin Genet and David Atkinson and Sebastian Kozerke},
  booktitle={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2015}
}
PURPOSE Myocardial microstructure has been challenging to probe in vivo. Spin echo-based diffusion-weighted sequences allow for single-shot acquisitions but are highly sensitive to cardiac motion. In this study, the use of second-order motion-compensated diffusion encoding was compared with first-order motion-compensated diffusion-weighted imaging during systolic contraction of the heart. METHODS First- and second-order motion-compensated diffusion encoding gradients were incorporated into a… CONTINUE READING

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