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Nagtegaal, M.A. (author), Koken, Peter (author), Amthor, Thomas (author), Doneva, Mariya (author)
<br/>Purpose<br/><br/>To develop an efficient algorithm for multi‐component analysis of magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF) data without making a priori assumptions about the exact number of tissues or their relaxation properties.<br/>Methods<br/><br/>Different tissues or components within a voxel are potentially separable in MRF because of...
journal article 2020
Collier, Quinten (author), Veraart, Jelle (author), Jeurissen, Ben (author), Vanhevel, Floris (author), Pullens, Pim (author), Parizel, Paul M. (author), den Dekker, A.J. (author), Sijbers, JJM (author)
Purpose: Diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI) is an advanced magnetic resonance imaging modality that is known to be sensitive to changes in the underlying microstructure of the brain. Image voxels in diffusion weighted images, however, are typically relatively large making them susceptible to partial volume effects, especially when part of the...
journal article 2018
Bladt, P. (author), Van Steenkiste, G. (author), Ramos-Llordén, G. (author), den Dekker, A.J. (author), Sijbers, J. (author)
Quantification of the spin-lattice relaxation time, T<sub>1</sub>, of tissues is important for characterization of tissues in clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In T<sub>1</sub> mapping, T<sub>1</sub> values are estimated from a set of T<sub>1</sub>-weighted MRI images. Due to the limited spatial resolution of the T<sub>1</sub>...
conference paper 2016