View-Angle Tilting and Slice-Encoding Metal Artifact Correction for Artifact Reduction in MRI: Experimental Sequence Optimization for Orthopaedic Tumor Endoprostheses and Clinical Application

@inproceedings{Jungmann2015ViewAngleTA,
  title={View-Angle Tilting and Slice-Encoding Metal Artifact Correction for Artifact Reduction in MRI: Experimental Sequence Optimization for Orthopaedic Tumor Endoprostheses and Clinical Application},
  author={Pia M Jungmann and Carl Ganter and Christoph J. Schaeffeler and Jan S. Bauer and Thomas Baum and Reinhard Meier and M Nittka and Florian Pohlig and Hans Rechl and R{\"u}diger von Eisenhart-Rothe and Ernst J. Rummeny and Klaus Woertler},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND MRI plays a major role in follow-up of patients with malignant bone tumors. However, after limb salvage surgery, orthopaedic tumor endoprostheses might cause significant metal-induced susceptibility artifacts. PURPOSES To evaluate the benefit of view-angle tilting (VAT) and slice-encoding metal artifact correction (SEMAC) for MRI of large-sized orthopaedic tumor endoprostheses in an experimental model and to demonstrate clinical benefits for assessment of periprosthetic soft tissue… CONTINUE READING
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