2D Respiration Navigation Framework for 3D Continuous Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Elisabeth Hoppe, Jens Wetzl, Philipp Roser, Lina Felsner, Alexander Preuhs, Andreas Maier
Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lehrstuhl für Mustererkennung

Abstract

Continuous protocols for cardiac magnetic resonance imaging enable sampling of the cardiac anatomy simultaneously resolved into cardiac phases. To avoid respiration artifacts, associated motion during the scan has to be compensated for during reconstruction. In this paper, we propose a sampling adaption to acquire 2-D respiration information during a continuous scan. Further, we develop a pipeline to extract the different respiration states from the acquired signals, which are used to reconstruct data from one respiration phase. Our results show the benefit of the proposed workflow on the image quality compared to no respiration compensation, as well as a previous 1-D respiration navigation approach.

Postersession 2, Imaging and Image Reconstruction

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