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MRI - Butterfly MRI: A self navigating Cartesian trajectory


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07-018


Abstract


A method for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is provided. A magnetic resonance excitation is provided. A magnetic field is read out through k-space using winders, wherein some of the winders overlap for a length of the winders. Readout data from overlapping lengths of winders is used to estimate motion. The readout may use a two dimensional discrete Fourier transform acquisition.

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Date Released

 12/14/2011
 

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