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Abstract #8109

MR Fingerprinting

Dan Ma1

1Radiology, Case Western Reserve University, OH, United States

Quantitative MR measurements are essential to assess complex changes in the brain and monitor treatment outcomes. Although full quantitative multi-parametric acquisition has long been the goal of research in MR, the conventional methods typically provide information on a single parameter at a time, thus requiring significant scan time. The purpose of Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF) is to introduce a new framework to data acquisition and post-processing that permits the simultaneous quantification of multiple tissue properties in a time efficient manner.

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