Ginami, Giulia (2013) Respiratory Motion Compensation in Coronary Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Analysis and Optimization of Self-Navigation. [Magistrali biennali]
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Coronary Magnetic Resonance Imaging requires prolonged acquisition times; for this reason, respiratory movements of the heart have a great impact on the final image quality. The aim of this thesis was to provide possible optimization of the "self-navigation" approach to compensate this type of motion. Two developed methods were tested in 11 volunteer, thus providing statistically significant results. The purposed solutions provided optimal image quality in individal cases.
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