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Whole body T1 mapping of small animals using prospective gating and variable flip angle imaging

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Prospective gating and automatic reacquisition of data corrupted by respiration motion were implemented in variable flip angle (VFA) and actual flip angle imaging (AFI) MRI scans to enable cardio-respiratory synchronised T1 mapping of the whole mouse. Stability tests of cardio-respiratory gating (CR-gating) and respiratory gating (R-gating) with and without reacquisition were compared with un-gated scans in 4 mice. The automatic and immediate reacquisition of data corrupted by respiration mot...

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University of Oxford
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C5255/A12678, C2522/A10339
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University of Oxford
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2016
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2016-01-21 - 2016-01-22
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