Application of SLIM-MRE on an In-Vivo Murine Model
Allen Q. Ye 1 , Temel K. Yasar 2 , Altaf Khan 2 , Ziying Yin 1 , Dieter Klatt 1 , Thomas J. Royston 1 , and Richard L. Magin 1
Department of Bioengineering, University of
Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States,
of Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at
Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States
In this study we have utilized SampLing Interval
Modulation (SLIM)-MRE on an in-vivo murine experiment.
SLIM-MRE enables acquisition of displacement information
in multiple directions without increasing total
acquisition time. This enables us to acquire MRE images
in one-third of the time compared to conventional MRE,
which reduces the health problems that might arise due
to prolonged anesthesia on mice and also reduces the
image misregistration artifacts that might originate
from motion of the internal organs such as the bladder
and intestines throughout time.
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