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Air bubble artifact reduction in post-mortem whole-brain MRI: the influence of receiver bandwidth

Published inNeuroradiology, vol. 60, no. 10, p. 1089-1092
Publication date2018
Abstract

Air bubble artifacts on SWI post-mortem MRI studies may interfere with the detection of cerebral microbleeds. We investigated whether the utilization of a higher receiver bandwidth of 500 Hz/pixel could reduce cortical air bubble artifacts without compromising the detection of cerebral microbleeds in high-field MRI. All microbleeds remained clearly visible whereas a reduction of 17% of the long axis of the "halo" magnitude artifacts was achieved. On corresponding phase images, air bubble artifacts appeared identical.

Keywords
  • Air bubble artifacts
  • MRI
  • Microbleeds
  • Postmortem
  • SWI
Citation (ISO format)
SCHEFFLER, Max et al. Air bubble artifact reduction in post-mortem whole-brain MRI: the influence of receiver bandwidth. In: Neuroradiology, 2018, vol. 60, n° 10, p. 1089–1092. doi: 10.1007/s00234-018-2071-8
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