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Sampling order optimization preserves contrast and improves clinical diagnostic utility of accelerated prospective 3D brain MRI: a radiological assessment study on healthy volunteers

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PublisherEdinburgh DataShare
Date made available22 Jan 2019

Abstract

The code and data herein distributed reproduce the results published in the paper: Arnold JulianVinoj Benjamin, Wajiha Bano, Grant Mair, Mike Davies, and Ian. Marshall,“Sampling order optimization preserves contrast and improves clinical diagnostic utility of accelerated prospective 3D brain MRI: a radiological assessment study on healthy volunteers”. In: Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 2018, #3189.

The data comprises of 3D brain datasets from eight healthy volunteers. Each dataset contains raw data from a fully sampled scan and three accelerated scans that are described in the aforementioned paper.

Data Citation

Benjamin, Arnold; Bano, Wajiha; Mair, Grant; Davies, Michael; Marshall, Ian. (2019). Sampling order optimization preserves contrast and improves clinical diagnostic utility of accelerated prospective 3D brain MRI: a radiological assessment study on healthy volunteers, [dataset]. Institute for Digital Communications. University of Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2486.

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