Correction of Translational Motion Artifacts in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

J.R. Maclaren, P.J. Bones, R.P. Millane, and R. Watts (New Zealand)


Medical imaging, magnetic resonance, MRI, motion.


Patient motion during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) introduces artifacts that can render the image non diagnostic. A novel approach is proposed to correct for artifacts caused by translational motion. Initial simulation results show the algorithm to be effective in the presence of signi´Čücant noise. Potential applications include use in clinical MRI while similar techniques could be applied to MRI diffusion imaging.

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