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MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
MRI Homodyne Reconstruction
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MRI Homodyne Reconstruction

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An illustration of the basis for homodyne reconstruction in magnetic resonance imaging.

An illustration of the basis for homodyne reconstruction in magnetic resonance imaging.

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  • 1. Hermitian symmetry One of these two data points is redundant k-space (from a real image)
  • 2. Full acquisition k-space N x
  • 3. Partial acquisition k-space N x /2 Overscans
  • 4. Partial acquisition Image space
  • 5. Partial acquisition k-space Overscans ×2
  • 6. Partial acquisition Image space
  • 7. Homodyne reconstruction
  • 8. Homodyne reconstruction Full Acquisition Zero-Filled Homodyne Reconstruction

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