Browsing Department of Biomedicine by Subject "DCE-MRI"
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(ElsevierComputerized Medical Imaging Society, 2014-04)Dynamic MR image recordings (DCE-MRI) of moving organs using bolus injections create two differenttypes of dynamics in the images: (i) spatial motion artifacts due to patient movements, breathing andphysiological pulsations ...Journal article
(IEEE, 2014-04-01)Dynamic contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) of the kidneys requires proper motion correction and segmentation to enable an estimation of glomerular filtration rate through pharmacokinetic modeling. ...Journal article