Volumetric navigated MEGA-SPECIAL for real-time motion and shim corrected GABA editing.

@article{Saleh2016VolumetricNM,
  title={Volumetric navigated MEGA-SPECIAL for real-time motion and shim corrected GABA editing.},
  author={Muhammad G. Saleh and Alkathafi A. Alhamud and Jamie Near and A van der Kouwe and Ernesta M. Meintjes},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={
          248-55
        }
}
Mescher-Garwood (MEGA) editing with spin echo full intensity acquired localization (MEGA-SPECIAL, MSpc) is a technique to acquire γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) without macromolecule (MM) contamination at a TE of 68 ms. However, due to the requirement of multiple shot-localization, it is often susceptible to subject motion and B0 inhomogeneity. A method is presented for real-time shim and motion correction (ShMoCo) using volumetric navigators to correct for motion and motion-related B0… CONTINUE READING
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