1 code implementation • 10 Nov 2020 • Youssef Beauferris, Jonas Teuwen, Dimitrios Karkalousos, Nikita Moriakov, Mattha Caan, George Yiasemis, Lívia Rodrigues, Alexandre Lopes, Hélio Pedrini, Letícia Rittner, Maik Dannecker, Viktor Studenyak, Fabian Gröger, Devendra Vyas, Shahrooz Faghih-Roohi, Amrit Kumar Jethi, Jaya Chandra Raju, Mohanasankar Sivaprakasam, Mike Lasby, Nikita Nogovitsyn, Wallace Loos, Richard Frayne, Roberto Souza
Deep-learning-based brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reconstruction methods have the potential to accelerate the MRI acquisition process.
The two element network combinations were evaluated for the four possible image-k-space domain configurations: a) W-net II, b) W-net KK, c) W-net IK, and d) W-net KI were evaluated.
Our experiments demonstrated, using MR raw k-space data, that the proposed hybrid approach can potentially improve CS reconstruction compared to deep-learning networks that operate only in the image domain.
Our use of silver standard masks reduced the cost of manual annotation, decreased inter-intra-rater variability, and avoided CNN segmentation super-specialization towards one specific manual annotation guideline that can occur when gold standard masks are used.