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

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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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2016
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See text in Content.txt 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 corr... Expand documentation
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