Motion Artifact Suppression Techniques

Hall 7     16:00 - 18:00         Chairs: Andrew C. Larson and David N. Firman


Prog #

16:00 865.

Butterfly: A Self Navigating Cartesian Trajectory

Michael Lustig1, Charlse Henry Cunningham2, Eytan Daniyalzade1, John Mark Pauly1

1Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA; 2University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


16:12 866.

Hybrid Radial-Cartesian MRI

Jason Kraig Mendes1, John A. Roberts1, Dennis L. Parker1

1University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

16:24 867.

An Alternative Concept of Selfnavigation for Patient Respiration Monitoring

Ingmar Graesslin1, Dennis Glaesel1, Peter Börnert1, Henk Dingemans2, Giel Mens2, Paul Harvey2

1Philips Research Europe, Hamburg, Germany; 2Philips Medical Systems, Best, Netherlands


16:36 868.

Real-Time MR Imaging of Myocardial Regional Function with Tissue Through-Plane Motion Tracking

Elsayed H. Ibrahim1, Rpselle Abraham1, Ahmed S. Fahmy1, Matthias Stuber1, Nael F. Osman1

1Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA


16:48 869.

Motion-Tracked Imaging of the Aortic Valve with Super-Resolution Enhancement

Jennifer Keegan1, Andrew Dowsey2, Mirna Lerotic2, Peter Gatehouse1, Simon Thom2, Guang-Zhong Yang2, David Firmin1, 2

1Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK; 2Imperial College, London, UK


17:00 870.

Image-Based Tracking of Heart Valves for Improved Motion Compensation

Maneesh Dewan1, David Mayhew2, Andreas Greiser3, Gregory D. Hager1, Christine H. Lorenz, 14

1Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; 2Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA; 3Siemens Medical Solutions, Erlangen, Germany; 4Siemens Corporate Research, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

17:12 871.

Direct Respiratory Tracking and Motion Correction for Free-Breathing Whole-Heart Coronary Angiography

Paul Thomas Gurney1, Phillip C. Yang1, Brian Andrew Hargreaves1, Dwight George Nishimura1

1Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA


17:24 872.

Motion Artifact Correction in Cardiac MRI as an Irregularly Sampled Parallel Imaging Reconstruction

Freddy Odille1, Pierre-André Vuissoz1, Cédric Pasquier1, Brice Fernandez1, 2, Jacques Felblinger1

1Nancy University; INSERM ERI 13, Nancy, France; 2General Electric Healthcare, Buc, France

17:36 873.

3D MRI with Self-Gated Detection of Physiological Motion in the Mouse

Brian J. Nieman1, Daniel H. Turnbull1

                               1NYU School of Medicine, New York, New York, US


17:48 874.

Motion Correction for 19F Radial MRI Based on a Simultaneous Proton Signal

Jochen Keupp1

1Philips Research Europe, Hamburg, Germany