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Compressed Sensing

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Get beyond the barrier of acquisition speed

Compressed Sensing (CS) is an exciting new method with the potential to accelerate MR imaging beyond what is possible with any other method. The successful utilization of Compressed Sensing is a team play of data acquisition and image reconstruction. Read the articles below to learn how it works.

Christoph Forman explains the three golden rules of Compressed Sensing

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Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing: A Paradigm Shift in MRI

Compressed Sensing: a Paradigm Shift in MRI

Christoph Forman et al.
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Compressed Sensing: the Flowchart - Mathias Blasche

Compressed Sensing: the Flowchart

Mathias Blasche et al.
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Compressed Sensing: a Metaphor - Mathias Blasche

Compressed Sensing: a Metaphor

Mathias Blasche
  

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - The Rapid Imaging Renaissance - Sodickson

The Rapid Imaging Renaissance

Daniel K. Sodickson, Ph.D., M.D., New York University Langone Medical Center, New York, USA
 

CS in Cardiovascular MRI

Highly Accelerated 4D Flow Imaging using Compressed Sensing – a Comparison with Conventional 4D Flow in Healthy Volunteers and Patients with Aortic Diseases

Highly Accelerated 4D Flow Imaging using Compressed Sensing – a Comparison with Conventional 4D Flow in Healthy Volunteers and Patients with Aortic Diseases

Tilman Emrich, M.D.; et al.
University Medical Center Mainz, Germany

Performance of Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine Imaging in Children: Initial Experience

Performance of Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine Imaging in Children: Initial Experience

Aurelio Secinaro, et al., Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital, Rome, Italy

Adding Value in CMRI with MAGNETOM Sola's BioMatrix Technology - Johan Dehem

Adding Value in CMRI with MAGNETOM Sola's BioMatrix Technology

Johan Dehem, M.D., VZW Jan Yperman, Ypres, Belgium
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Hot Topics - Compressed Sensing - Impact of Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine - Garot

Impact of Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine in a busy clinical practice

Jérome Garot, M.D., Ph.D., et al., Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud, Massy, France
 

Compressed Sensing

Matthias Stuber, Dept. of Radiology, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland

How to improve time efficiency in Cardiac MRI: Clinical experience with compressed sensing

François Pontana, Dept. of Cardiovascular Radiology, Heart and Lung Institute, Lille University Hospital, France

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Exercise Cardiac MRI, a Clinical Reality with Compressed Sensing - Strugnell

Exercise Cardiac MRI, a Clinical Reality with Compressed Sensing

Wendy Strugnell et al., The Prince Charles Hospital, Chermside, QLD, Australia
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Accelerated Segmented Cine TrueFISP of the Heart on a 1.5T MAGNETOM Aera Using k-t-sparse SENSE

Accelerated Segmented Cine TrueFISP of the Heart on a 1.5T MAGNETOM Aera Using k-t-sparse SENSE

Maria Carr et al., Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Preliminary Experiences with Compressed Sensing Multi-Slice Cine Acquisitions for the Assessment of Left Ventricular Function: CV_sparse WIP

Preliminary Experiences with Compressed Sensing Multi-Slice Cine Acquisitions for the Assessment of Left Ventricular Function: CV_sparse WIP

Jurg Schwitter et al., CHUV Lausanne
 

Siemens - MRI - Compressed Sensing - Compressed Sensing: Application to Time-of-Flight MR Angiography - Togashi

Compressed Sensing: Application to Time-of-Flight MR Angiography

Tomohisa Okada et al., Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
   

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Improving Dynamic MR Angiography: Iterative TWIST - Bernd J. Wintersperger

Improving Dynamic MR Angiography: Iterative TWIST

Bernd J. Wintersperger et al., University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  

CS in Body MRI

Article preview new clinical possibilities

New Clinical Possibilities and Increased Productivity after Upgrading from MAGNETOM Aera to MAGNETOM Sola Fit 

Philip Chappel; ZNA Jan Palfijn Hospital, Merksem, Belgium

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Hot Topics - Compressed Sensing - Clinical acceleration: from the console - Hancock

Clinical acceleration: from the console

James Hancock, Benson Radiology, North Adelaide, Australia
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Hot Topics - Compressed Sensing - A single-breath-hold MRCP using CS - Laurent

A single-breath-hold MRCP using CS: A pilot study at 1.5T and 3T

Valérie Laurent, M.D., Ph.D., et al., Department of Radiology, Nancy University Hospital, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, France
 

Benefits of Accelerated MRI in Daily Routine

Benefits of Accelerated MRI in Daily Routine

Val M. Runge, M.D. et al., Department of Diagnostic, Interventional and Pediatric Radiology, Inselspital, University Hospital, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Hot Topics - Compressed Sensing - Body MRI - CS-VIBE – a breakthrough in Ultrafast Dynamic Breast MRI - Mann

CS-VIBE – a breakthrough in Ultrafast Dynamic Breast MRI

Ritse M. Mann and Suzan Vreemann, Radboud University Medical Centre, Department of Radiology, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - GRASP: Tackling the Challenges of Abdominopelvic DCE-MRI

GRASP: Tackling the Challenges of Abdominopelvic DCE-MRI

Kai Tobias Block et al., NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY, USA
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Detection of Insulinomas with High Spatiotemporal Resolution Using Compressed Sensing, Parallel Imaging and GRASP - Antwi

Case Report: Detection of Insulinomas with High Spatiotemporal Resolution Using Compressed Sensing, Parallel Imaging, and Continuous Golden-Angle Radial Sampling

Kwadwo Antwi et al., University Hospital Basel, Switzerland
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Permeability Imaging of Parotid Tumors with Golden-Angle Radial Sparse Parallel MR Imaging (GRASP) - Patel

Permeability Imaging of Parotid Tumors with Golden-Angle Radial Sparse Parallel MR Imaging (GRASP)

Sohil H. Patel et al., Department of Radiology, NYU Langone Medical Centre, New York, NY, USA
 

Siemens - MRI - MAGNETOM World - Compressed Sensing - Free-breathing DCE-MRI of the Kidney using GRASP - Riffel

Free-breathing DCE-MRI of the Kidney using GRASP

Philipp Riffel et al., University Medical Center Mannheim, Germany
 

CS in Musculoskeletal MRI

The CS-SEMAC technique is facilitated by the inherent sparsity of the acquired SEMAC data, since the actual distortions make up for just a small fraction of the acquired signal. Compressed Sensing SEMAC applies 8-fold undersampling of k-space in combination with an iterative reconstruction algorithm. As a result, images with very comparable diagnostic quality can be created from e.g. a six minute CS-SEMAC scan that would otherwise take approximately twelve minutes even with parallel imaging acceleration.

Article preview new clinical possibilities

New Clinical Possibilities and Increased Productivity after Upgrading from MAGNETOM Aera to MAGNETOM Sola Fit 

Philip Chappel; ZNA Jan Palfijn Hospital, Merksem, Belgium

MR Imaging of Joint Replacements

MR Imaging of Joint Replacements

Reto Sutter, M.D. et al., Balgrist University Hospital, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

MR Imaging of Joint Replacements

Reto Sutter, M.D., Balgrist University Hospital, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

CS-MRF

Preview of the Article Novelties in MR Fingerprinting

Novelties in MR Fingerprinting1

Gregor Körzdörfer, Siemens Healthineers, Erlangen, Germany

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