Investigative Radiology December 2021

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Respiratory Motion-Resolved Reconstruction of Free-Breathing Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Deep Learning Without a Ground Truth for Improved Liver Imaging

Carousel 2Objectives: Respiratory binning of free-breathing magnetic resonance imaging data reduces motion blurring; however, it exacerbates noise and introduces severe artifacts due to undersampling. Deep neural networks can remove artifacts and noise but usually require high-quality ground truth images for training. This study aimed to develop a network that can be trained without this requirement.  View/Download

 

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