Publication detail

Bone marrow analysis in multi-contrast MR images

MARCOŇ, P. BARTUŠEK, K.

Original Title

Bone marrow analysis in multi-contrast MR images

English Title

Bone marrow analysis in multi-contrast MR images

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the article a magnetic resonance multi-contrast data collection and analysis are described. MRI imaging of small bones is problematic, because the measured are loaded with susceptibility artifacts and low signal to noise ratio. Therefore, we focus on the comparison between commonly used MRI contrast (Proton Density-PD, relaxation time T1, relaxation time T2 and Susceptibility Weighted Imaging – SWI) and multi-contrast weighted imaging (T1/T2, SWI/T1, SWI/PD). Acquired images are classified in terms of signal to noise ratio, intensity difference and steepness of edges.

English abstract

In the article a magnetic resonance multi-contrast data collection and analysis are described. MRI imaging of small bones is problematic, because the measured are loaded with susceptibility artifacts and low signal to noise ratio. Therefore, we focus on the comparison between commonly used MRI contrast (Proton Density-PD, relaxation time T1, relaxation time T2 and Susceptibility Weighted Imaging – SWI) and multi-contrast weighted imaging (T1/T2, SWI/T1, SWI/PD). Acquired images are classified in terms of signal to noise ratio, intensity difference and steepness of edges.

Keywords

statistical analysis, bone marrow, MRI, small bone, soft tissues

RIV year

2013

Released

25.03.2013

Location

Taipei

ISBN

978-1-934142-24-0

Book

PIERS 2013 in Taipei Proceedings

Pages from

29

Pages to

32

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT98870,
  author="Petr {Marcoň} and Karel {Bartušek}",
  title="Bone marrow analysis in multi-contrast MR images",
  annote="In the article a magnetic resonance multi-contrast data collection and analysis are described. MRI imaging of small bones is problematic, because the measured are loaded with susceptibility artifacts and low signal to noise ratio. Therefore, we focus on the comparison between commonly used MRI contrast (Proton Density-PD, relaxation time T1, relaxation time T2 and Susceptibility Weighted Imaging – SWI) and multi-contrast weighted imaging (T1/T2, SWI/T1, SWI/PD). Acquired images are classified in terms of signal to noise ratio, intensity difference and steepness of edges.",
  booktitle="PIERS 2013 in Taipei Proceedings",
  chapter="98870",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="march",
  pages="29--32",
  type="conference paper"
}