Chapter 44. Using GPUs to Accelerate Advanced MRI Reconstruction with Field Inhomogeneity Compensation
Yue Zhuo, Xiao-Long Wu, Justin P. Haldar, Thibault Marin, Wen-mei W. Hwu, Zhi-Pei Liang and Bradley P. Sutton
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a flexible diagnostic tool, providing image contrast relating to the structure, function, and biochemistry of virtually every system in the body. However, the technique is generally slow and has low sensitivity, which limits its application in the clinical environment. Several significant advances in the past 10 years have created potential solutions to these problems, greatly increasing imaging speed and combining information from several acquisitions to increase sensitivity. But the computational ...

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