BMR Publication Highlights
The following are general descriptions of recent highlights from BMR publications. You may also view a complete list of BMR group publications.
SNR-Weighted Regularization of ADC Estimates from Double‐Echo in Steady‐State (DESS)
Osteoarthritis is a difficult condition that has painful and debilitating effects on many people, leading to high medical costs.
Quantitative Imaging of Bone-Cartilage Interactions in ACL-Injured Patients with PET-MRI
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative whole-joint disease that affects more than half of the population during their lives and is the leading cause of disability worldwide.
MR Imaging of Magnetic Ink Patterns via Off-Resonance Sensitivity
The magnetic susceptibility effects of magnetic ink in MRI can be exploited to visualize magnetic ink patterns placed on the skin.
Super-Resolution Musculoskeletal MRI Using Deep Learning
In this manuscript, we have demonstrated a method termed ‘DeepResolve’, which can transform low-resolution magnetic resonance images (MRI) into higher-resolution images.
Artifact-Reduced Imaging of Biopsy Needles with 2D Multispectral Imaging
We have validated the use of an MR imaging method that reduces the image artifacts due to metal objects for tracking biopsy needles in MR-guided procedures.
Simultaneous Bilateral Knee MR Imaging
Osteoarthritis (OA) remains a tremendous burden to society, affecting the majority of the population by age 65.
MRI Monitoring of Focused Ultrasound Sonications Near Metallic Hardware
We previously developed a method for imaging temperature changes in tissue near metal hardware; here we evaluate its use to monitor MR-guided focused ultrasound treatments.
MRI of Peripheral Nerves
This work enables high-resolution depiction of nerve fascicular structure - evaluation of such structure can be useful in diagnosing subtle nerve damage.
Five-Minute Knee MRI for Simultaneous Morphometry and T2 Relaxometry Using DESS
We have developed a method for knee MRI that can acquire MRI-based biomarkers in a single 5-minute scan.
A Mixed-Reality System for Breast Surgical Planning
We have developed a mixed-reality system that projects a 3D “hologram” of images from a preoperative breast MRI onto a patient using the Microsoft HoloLens.