Journal article

Marker-free optical stereo motion tracking for in-bore MRI and PET-MRI application

Andre Z Kyme, Murat Aksoy, David L Henry, Roland Bammer, Julian Maclaren

Medical Physics | WILEY | Published : 2020

Abstract

PURPOSE: Prospective motion correction is arguably the "silver bullet" solution for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies impacted by motion, applicable to almost any pulse sequence and immune from the spin history artifacts introduced by a moving object. In prospective motion correction, the magnetic field gradients and radio frequency waveforms are adjusted in real time in response to measured head motion so as to maintain the head in a stationary reference frame relative to the scanner. Vital for this approach are accurate and rapidly sampled head pose measurements, which may be obtained optically using cameras. However, most optical methods are limited by the need to attach physical m..

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Awarded by Center of Advanced MR Technology at Stanford


Funding Acknowledgements

A. Kyme was supported by a Cassen Fellowship, Education and Research Foundation, SNMMI, USA, during part of this research, and also an ECR Research Innovation Award, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. Support for the project was also obtained by the NIH (2R01 EB002711, 5R01 EB008706, 5R01 EB011654) and the Center of Advanced MR Technology at Stanford (P41 RR009784), Lucas Foundation.