Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging

Pradip Pattany, J. J. Phillips, L. C. Chiu, J. D. Lipcamon, J. L. Duerk, J. M. McNally, S. N. Mohapatra

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Abstract

A technique has been developed that significantly improves the image resolution and reduces motion artifacts in conventional two-dimensional Fourier transform and three-dimensional Fourier transform magnetic resonance imaging sequences. Modifications on the gradient waveforms completely refocus the transverse magnetization at the echo time, regardless of the motion occurring between the time of the 90° radiofrequency excitation and the echo time (within-view). This accomplishes suppression of motion artifacts and regains the signal from flowing blood and CSF. Images of the head, abdomen, chest, and spine are reproduced which show the increase in signal and anatomical detail that would otherwise be degraded and lost in artifact noise. This technique has reduced the practical difficulty of obtaining clinically diagnostic T2-weighted abdominal images. It also has allowed diagnostic quality T1- and T2-weighted images to be obtained with one acquisition per view, thus reducing the total scan time.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)369-377
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Computer Assisted Tomography
Volume11
Issue number3
StatePublished - Jul 31 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Artifacts
Fourier Analysis
Abdomen
Noise
Spine
Thorax
Head
Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
  • Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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Pattany, P., Phillips, J. J., Chiu, L. C., Lipcamon, J. D., Duerk, J. L., McNally, J. M., & Mohapatra, S. N. (1987). Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, 11(3), 369-377.

Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging. / Pattany, Pradip; Phillips, J. J.; Chiu, L. C.; Lipcamon, J. D.; Duerk, J. L.; McNally, J. M.; Mohapatra, S. N.

In: Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, Vol. 11, No. 3, 31.07.1987, p. 369-377.

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Pattany, P, Phillips, JJ, Chiu, LC, Lipcamon, JD, Duerk, JL, McNally, JM & Mohapatra, SN 1987, 'Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging', Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 369-377.
Pattany P, Phillips JJ, Chiu LC, Lipcamon JD, Duerk JL, McNally JM et al. Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 1987 Jul 31;11(3):369-377.
Pattany, Pradip ; Phillips, J. J. ; Chiu, L. C. ; Lipcamon, J. D. ; Duerk, J. L. ; McNally, J. M. ; Mohapatra, S. N. / Motion artifact suppression technique (MAST) for MR imaging. In: Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 1987 ; Vol. 11, No. 3. pp. 369-377.
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