Prospective motion correction in brain imaging: A review
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 05/09/2012Maclaren J et al.
This article describes the fundamentals of prospective motion correction and reviews the latest developments in its application to brain imaging and spectroscopy. Although emphasis is placed on the brain as the organ of interest, the same principles apply whenever the imaged object can be approximated as a rigid body.
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