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Magnetic resonance method for forming a fast dynamic imaging

, : Magnetic resonance method for forming a fast dynamic imaging. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1283(1), June 1

A magnetic resonance method is described for fast dynamic imaging from a plurality of signals acquired by an array of multiple sensors. The k-space will be segmented into regions of different acquisition. In the region of a first acquisition type a first partial image will be reconstructed by data of normal magnetic resonance imaging with a full set of phase encoding steps or by data of fast dynamic imaging with a number of phase encoding steps being with a low reduction factor with respect to the fall set thereof and in the region of a second acquisition type a second partial image will be reconstructed by data of fast dynamic imaging with a full reduction factor. Thereafter the first and the second partial images will be formed to the full image of the scanned object.


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