Self Consistent Parallel Imaging with Temporal Sensitivity Estimation ( TSPIRIT ) : Application to improve Real-time Exercise Stress Cardiac Cine and Perfusion Imaging

@inproceedings{Xue2011SelfCP,
  title={Self Consistent Parallel Imaging with Temporal Sensitivity Estimation ( TSPIRIT ) : Application to improve Real-time Exercise Stress Cardiac Cine and Perfusion Imaging},
  author={Hui Xue and Yu Ding and Ti-chiun Chang and Christoph G{\"u}tter and Subha V. Raman and Marie-Pierre Jolly and Orlando P. Simonetti},
  year={2011}
}
Introduction Myocardial perfusion and wall motion can now be assessed using CMR immediately following treadmill exercise which provides more information to link physical activity to symptoms and ischemia, compared to pharmacologic stress imaging [1]. Given that exercise stress induced perfusion deficits and wall motion abnormalities rapidly fade after cessation of exercise, imaging must be completed as quickly as possible. Additionally, shortness of breath following exercise precludes the use… CONTINUE READING

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