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Artifacts

  • B. Aubert

Abstract

MRI is the imaging technique with the greatest quantity of artifacts [6, 7] degrading the quality of the images and sometimes even leading to diagnostic errors. It is therefore appropriate to understand their origin in order to try to suppress or at least limit them.

Keywords

Phase Encode Ghost Image Cardiac Gating Chemical Shift Artifact Frequency Encode 
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