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Autocalibrated cardiac tissue phase mapping with multiband imaging and k-t acceleration

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Title:Autocalibrated cardiac tissue phase mapping with multiband imaging and k-t acceleration
Creators Name:Ferrazzi, G. and Bassenge, J.P. and Mayer, J. and Ruh, A. and Roujol, S. and Ittermann, B. and Schaeffter, T. and Cordero-Grande, L. and Schmitter, S.
Abstract:PURPOSE: To develop an autocalibrated multiband (MB) CAIPIRINHA acquisition scheme with in-plane k-t acceleration enabling multislice three-directional tissue phase mapping in one breath-hold. METHODS: A k-t undersampling scheme was integrated into a time-resolved electrocardiographic-triggered autocalibrated MB gradient-echo sequence. The sequence was used to acquire data on 4 healthy volunteers with MB factors of two (MB2) and three (MB3), which were reconstructed using a joint reconstruction algorithm that tackles both k-t and MB acceleration. Forward simulations of the imaging process were used to tune the reconstruction model hyperparameters. Direct comparisons between MB and single-band tissue phase-mapping measurements were performed. RESULTS: Simulations showed that the velocities could be accurately reproduced with MB2 k-t (average ± twice the SD of the RMS error of 0.08 ± 0.22 cm/s and velocity peak reduction of 1.03% ± 6.47% compared with fully sampled velocities), whereas acceptable results were obtained with MB3 k-t (RMS error of 0.13 ± 0.58 cm/s and peak reduction of 2.21% ± 13.45%). When applied to tissue phase-mapping data, the proposed technique allowed three-directional velocity encoding to be simultaneously acquired at two/three slices in a single breath-hold of 18 heartbeats. No statistically significant differences were detected between MB2/MB3 k-t and single-band k-t motion traces averaged over the myocardium. Regional differences were found, however, when using the American Heart Association model for segmentation. CONCLUSION: An autocalibrated MB k-t acquisition / reconstruction framework is presented that allows three-directional velocity encoding of the myocardial velocities at multiple slices in one breath-hold.
Keywords:Autocalibration, Cardiac Tissue Phase Mapping, Multiband k-t Acceleration, Multiband k-t Reconstruction, Single Breath-Hold
Source:Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
ISSN:0740-3194
Publisher:Wiley
Volume:84
Number:5
Page Range:2429-2441
Date:November 2020
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.28288
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