圧縮センシングMRIの基礎  [in Japanese] Fundamentals of Compressed Sensing for MR Imaging  [in Japanese]

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<p> Compressed sensing (CS) is a rapidly developing technique for reducing scanning times while maintaining image contrast and quality. CS theory affirms that certain images can be recovered from highly compressed k-space data with an appropriate reconstruction algorithm. This article reviews the fundamentals of CS, its methods, pulse sequence designs, the reconstruction algorithm, and potential artifacts and their causes, which are important for implementing the CS technique in clinical practice.</p>

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  • Japanese Journal of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

    Japanese Journal of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 38(3), 61-75, 2018

    Japanese Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

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