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000173508 245__ $$aProspective and retrospective motion correction in diffusion magnetic resonance imaging of the human brain
000173508 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2012
000173508 269__ $$a2012
000173508 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000173508 520__ $$aDiffusion-weighting in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) increases the sensitivity to molecular Brownian motion, providing insight in the micro-environment of the underlying tissue types and structures. At the same time, the diffusion weighting renders the scans sensitive to other motion, including bulk patient motion. Typically, several image volumes are needed to extract diffusion information, inducing also inter-volume motion susceptibility. Bulk motion is more likely during long acquisitions, as they appear in diffusion tensor, diffusion spectrum and q-ball imaging. Image registration methods are successfully used to correct for bulk motion in other MRI time series, but their performance in diffusion-weighted MRI is limited since diffusion weighting introduces strong signal and contrast changes between serial image volumes.
000173508 6531_ $$aMri
000173508 6531_ $$aDti
000173508 6531_ $$aHardi
000173508 6531_ $$aMotion detection
000173508 6531_ $$aFID navigators
000173508 6531_ $$aBrain imaging
000173508 6531_ $$aMulti-coil arrays
000173508 6531_ $$aEcho-Planar
000173508 6531_ $$aNavigator Echoes
000173508 6531_ $$aWeighted Mri
000173508 6531_ $$aPhase Correction
000173508 6531_ $$aTracking System
000173508 6531_ $$aPulse Sequence
000173508 6531_ $$aClinical Dti
000173508 6531_ $$aAcute Stroke
000173508 6531_ $$aHead Motion
000173508 6531_ $$aSpin-Echo
000173508 6531_ $$aCIBM-AIT
000173508 700__ $$0243733$$aKober, Tobias$$g177792
000173508 700__ $$0243712$$aGruetter, Rolf$$g161735
000173508 700__ $$0243728$$aKrueger, Gunnar$$g176711
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