T1ρ-weighted MRI can provide endogenous contrast and has shown promising results to detect myocardial infarction. However, current T1ρ mapping technique either suffers from limited coverage or long scan time, prohibiting its clinical application. We've proposed a whole-heart T1ρ mapping, which used an image navigator to enable high acquisition efficiency and undersampled acquisition to further reduce the scan time, achieving a clinically feasible MRI scan time of 6 mins in the end.
Improve learners' competence in T1ρ-weighted MRI.
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