CMR motion artifact correction using generative adversarial nets

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) plays an important role in the diagnoses and treatment of cardiovascular diseases while motion artifacts which are formed during the scanning process of CMR seriously affects doctors to find the exact focus. The current correction methods mainly focus on the K-space which is a grid of raw data obtained from the MR signal directly and then transfer to CMR image by inverse Fourier transform... (read more)

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