Wavelet-space correlation imaging for high-speed MRI without motion monitoring or data segmentation.

@article{Li2015WaveletspaceCI,
  title={Wavelet-space correlation imaging for high-speed MRI without motion monitoring or data segmentation.},
  author={Yu Li and Hui Wang and Jean A. Tkach and David J Roach and Jason C. Woods and C. L. Dumoulin},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={74 6},
  pages={1574-86}
}
PURPOSE This study aims to (i) develop a new high-speed MRI approach by implementing correlation imaging in wavelet-space, and (ii) demonstrate the ability of wavelet-space correlation imaging to image human anatomy with involuntary or physiological motion. METHODS Correlation imaging is a high-speed MRI framework in which image reconstruction relies on quantification of data correlation. The presented work integrates correlation imaging with a wavelet transform technique developed originally… CONTINUE READING
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