Data Correction Methods

Room C106
16:30 – 18:30

Chairs: Gareth J. Barker and Joseph V. Hajnal

16:30  109.  Image-Based Evaluation of a priori B1 Field Correction and its Effect on MRI Tissue Segmentation, M. Alecci, Y. Zhang, J.M. Brady, P. Jezzard and S. Smith, Oxford University, and Robotic Research Group, Oxford, UK.
16:42  110.  Automated Breast Segmentation Technique for Evaluation of Serial Breast MR Imaging, A. Knowles, C.E. Kearney, P. Gibbs, D.W. Purdie and L.W. Turnbull, Hull Royal Infirmary, Hull, UK.
16:54  111.  Optical Implementation of Spiral EPI Field Homogeneity Correction and The Decoupled Automated Rotation and Translation Algorithm (DFT-DART), M.S. NessAiver, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.
17:06  112.  Intensity Correction in Intravascular MRI Using Projection Images, M. Solaiyappan, J. Lee and E. Atalar, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.
17:18  113.  A Multi-Scale Method for Automatic Correction of Intensity Nonuniformity in MRI Data, C. Han and C. Yuan. University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
17:30  114.  Effects and Corrections of Maxwell Terms on Spectral-Spatial Excitation Pulses, C-M. Tsai, J.M. Pauly, S.M. Conolly and D.G. Nishimura, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
17:42  115.  Correction of Partial Volume Effect in Quantification of Multiple Sclerosis Lesions Using
Multi-Spectral Magnetic Resonance Images,
Z. Ding, A.W. Anderson, T.L. Vollmer and J.C. Gore, Yale University Medical School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA.
17:54  116.  Off-Resonance Correction Integrated with Variable Density Spirals, K.S. Nayak, C-M. Tsai and D.G. Nishimura, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
18:06  117.  A Rapid Method for Deblurring Spiral MR Images, J.G. Pipe and E. Ahunbay, St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ, USA and Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA.
18:18  118.  Restoration of EEG Signals Distorted During Simultaneous MR Acquisitions, J. Sijbers, I. Michiels, M. Verhoye, J. Van Audekerke, A. Van der Linden and D. Van Dyck, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium.

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