Relaxation Model and Mapping of Magnetic Field Gradients in MRIстатья Исследовательская статья

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[1] Protopopov A. V. Relaxation model and mapping of magnetic field gradients in mri // Applied Magnetic Resonance. — 2017. — Vol. 48, no. 3. — P. 255–274. The purpose of the work is development of algorithms for separate mapping of T2 relaxation time and gradients using gradient recalled echo (GRE) sequence. Application of three-dimensional (3D) model of gradients and their volumetric averaging within a voxel lead to analytical model of the relaxation function, which is consistent with experimental data for both regular macroscopic and randomized micro-and mesoscopic gradients. The model is verified by fitting into experimental data obtained on specially made phantoms. Verification of algorithms is completed by comparing gradient maps obtained on specially made cylindrical phantoms with theoretical maps of their exact 3D electro-dynamic solutions. Analytical model of relaxation function proved to be in good agreement with experimental relaxation curves. On the basis of this model, fast and unambiguous fittingless algorithms were developed. Gradient maps measured on special cylindrical phantoms are in good qualitative agreement with theory. 3D statistical model and fittingless algorithms provide the basis for separating the GRE signal into two meaningful parameters - T2 and gradients, thus doubling information from MRI. [ DOI ]

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