In Neuroimaging clinics of North America
Head and neck MR imaging is technically challenging because of magnetic field inhomogeneity, respiratory and swallowing motion, and necessity of high-resolution imaging to trace key anatomic structures. These challenges have been answered by advances in MR imaging technology, including isovolumetric three-dimensional imaging, robust fat-water separation techniques, and novel deep learning-based reconstruction algorithms. New applications of MR imaging have been advanced and functional imaging has been improved. Improvements in acquisition and reconstruction technique facilitate novel applications of morphologic and functional imaging. This results in opportunities to improve diagnosis, staging, and treatment selection through application of advanced MR imaging techniques.
Compressed sensing, Deep learning, Dixon, Head and neck, MR imaging, PET/MR imaging, ZTE