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.
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.
Fat-Based Registration of Breast Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Water Images
Dynamic contrast-enhanced breast MRI scans take 5-10 minutes to acquire, so motion between the temporal phases is a common problem that must be corrected before post-processing.
Accelerated 3D Multispectral MRI with Robust Principal Component Analysis
We have developed a method to acquire diagnostic MR images in 2-3 minutes to help millions of people who have complications related to metal devices, commonly hip replacements, knee replacements or spinal fixations.
Automatic Renal Segmentation for MR Urography Using 3D-GrabCut and Random Forests
A new, automated workflow uses dynamic MR images of the kidney to segment portions of the kidney and quantitatively characterize regional kidney function.
2D Multi-Spectral Imaging For Fast MRI Near Metal
This approach offers a fast (tens of seconds per slice) approach to MRI near metal while correcting much of the signal loss, distortion and abnormally bright signal that can occur near implanted metal.
Improved Field Mapping Near Metal
Reducing the noise and distortion in magnetic field maps near metal implants allows for better visualization of the anatomy near the implant.
Imaging and T2 Relaxometry of Short-T2 Connective Tissues in the Knee using UTEDESS
Osteoarthritis is a whole-joint disease, but it is currently challenging to image some of the tissues in the knee.
A Simple Analytic Method for Estimating T2 in the Knee from DESS
MRI measurements of the relaxation time T2 can help estimate the progression of diseases such as osteoarthritis and its associated tissue deterioration.
Imaging of Metabolic Activity in Osteoarthritis with PET/MRI
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic, degenerative disease of the joint that is characterized by degeneration affecting all tissues in the joint.