A complete neuroimaging protocol with optical prospective motion correction
Didem Aksoy 1 , Murat Aksoy 1 , Julian Maclaren 1 , Jakob Ehrl 1 , and Roland Bammer 1
Radiology, Stanford University, Stanford,
CA, United States
Prospective motion correction is gaining popularity to
prevent motion artifacts in MRI of the brain. In many
cases, an optical system, such as a camera, is used to
track head position. Many authors have claimed, or
implied, that one of the advantages of the technique is
that it is applicable to any imaging sequence, since it
operates independently from the MRI scanner. The purpose
of this work was to test this claim by developing and
evaluating a complete neuroimaging protocol compatible
with optical prospective motion correction.
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