Use of a computer-controlled motion phantom to investigate the temporal and spatial fidelity of HYPR processing.

Abstract

PURPOSE In this work, we investigate the spatial and temporal fidelity of highly constrained backPRojection (HYPR) processing using a computer-controlled motion phantom. The goal of this experimental set-up was to provide not only well-defined temporal dynamics and spatial characteristics of the motion phantom, but also circumstances that imitate in vivo… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mrm.24707

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