Replication data for: Multi-frequency interpolation in spiral magnetic resonance fingerprinting for correction of off-resonance blurring

Published: 11 July 2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vk45vmmp3c.1
Jason Ostenson,


In the MRI method of magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF) pulse sequences often employ spiral trajectories for data readout. Spiral k-space acquisitions are vulnerable to blurring in the spatial domain in the presence of static field off-resonance. The data here when processed by the associated publicly available code (see related links) shows the application of a blurring correction algorithm for use in spiral MRF. The supplied data with the executed code demonstrate the correction's effectiveness in phantom and in vivo experiments. Results show that image quality of T1 and T2 parametric maps is improved by application of this correction. This MRF correction has negligible effect on the concordance correlation coefficient and improves coefficient of variation in regions of off-resonance relative to uncorrected measurements.


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Vanderbilt University


Magnetic Resonance Imaging