Application of the compressed sensing technique to self-gated cardiac cine sequences in small animals Articles uri icon

publication date

  • August 2014

start page

  • 369

end page

  • 380

issue

  • 2

volume

  • 72

international standard serial number (ISSN)

  • 0740-3194

electronic international standard serial number (EISSN)

  • 1522-2594

abstract

  • Theory and Methods: Our reconstruction method extended the Split Bregman formulation to minimize the total variation in both space and time. In addition, we analyzed the influence of the undersampling pattern on the acceleration factor achievable. Results: Our results show that acceleration factors of up to 15 are achievable with our technique when appropriate undersampling patterns are used. The introduction of a time-varying random sampling clearly improved the efficiency of the undersampling schemes. In terms of computational efficiency, the proposed reconstruction method has been shown to be competitive as compared with the fastest methods found in the literature. Conclusion: We successfully applied our compressed sensing technique to self-gated cardiac cine acquisition in small animals, obtaining an acceleration factor of up to 15 with almost unnoticeable image degradation.

keywords

  • compressed sensing; self-gated ; total variation; split bregman; undersampling pattern; cardiac cine mri