Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI

C. A. Müller, Rie Beck Hansen, J. G. Skinner, A. Eldirdiri, J. Leupold, J. Hennig, Jan Henrik Ardenkjær-Larsen, A.E. Hansen, J. - B. Hövener

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Abstract

MRI with hyperpolarized tracers has enabled new diagnostic applications, e.g. metabolic imaging in cancer research. However, the acquisition of the transient, hyperpolarized signal with spatial and frequency resolution requires dedicated imaging methods. Here, we compare three promising candidates for 2D MR spectroscopic imaging (MRSI): (i) multi-echo balanced steady-state free precession (me-bSSFP), 1,2 (ii) echo planar spectroscopic imaging (EPSI) sequence and (iii) phase-encoded, pulseacquisition chemical-shift imaging (CSI)
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2018
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting - Kursaal San Sebastián, San Sebastián, Spain
Duration: 20 Mar 201823 Mar 2018
Conference number: 13
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Conference13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting
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LocationKursaal San Sebastián
CountrySpain
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Period20/03/201823/03/2018
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Müller, C. A., Hansen, R. B., Skinner, J. G., Eldirdiri, A., Leupold, J., Hennig, J., ... Hövener, J. . B. (2018). Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI. Abstract from 13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting, San Sebastián, Spain.
Müller, C. A. ; Hansen, Rie Beck ; Skinner, J. G. ; Eldirdiri, A. ; Leupold, J. ; Hennig, J. ; Ardenkjær-Larsen, Jan Henrik ; Hansen, A.E. ; Hövener, J. - B. . / Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI. Abstract from 13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting, San Sebastián, Spain.4 p.
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Müller, CA, Hansen, RB, Skinner, JG, Eldirdiri, A, Leupold, J, Hennig, J, Ardenkjær-Larsen, JH, Hansen, AE & Hövener, JB 2018, 'Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI' 13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting, San Sebastián, Spain, 20/03/2018 - 23/03/2018, .

Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI. / Müller, C. A.; Hansen, Rie Beck; Skinner, J. G. ; Eldirdiri, A. ; Leupold, J. ; Hennig, J. ; Ardenkjær-Larsen, Jan Henrik; Hansen, A.E.; Hövener, J. - B. .

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Müller CA, Hansen RB, Skinner JG, Eldirdiri A, Leupold J, Hennig J et al. Signal to noise comparison of metabolic imaging methods on a clinical 3T MRI. 2018. Abstract from 13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting, San Sebastián, Spain.