MR-EYE: High-Resolution MRI of the Human Eye and Orbit at Ultrahigh Field (7T)
AuthorGlarin, RK; Nguyen, BN; Cleary, JO; Kolbe, SC; Ordidge, RJ; Bui, B; McKendrick, AM; Moffat, BA
Source TitleMagnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America
University of Melbourne Author/sMoffat, Bradford; McKendrick, Allison; Bui, Bang; Kolbe, Scott; Ordidge, Roger; Nguyen, Bao; Glarin, Rebecca
AffiliationOptometry and Vision Sciences
Medicine and Radiology
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsGlarin, R. K., Nguyen, B. N., Cleary, J. O., Kolbe, S. C., Ordidge, R. J., Bui, B., McKendrick, A. M. & Moffat, B. A. (2021). MR-EYE: High-Resolution MRI of the Human Eye and Orbit at Ultrahigh Field (7T). Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America, 29 (1), pp.103-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mric.2020.09.004.
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Key points • Dedicated eye imaging can be implemented at 7T to acquire high-resolution, high contrast-to-noise, and high signal-to-noise images in a feasible imaging time suitable for clinical use. • Simple, reproducible participant preparation techniques can be adopted to reduce the motion of the eye leading to a reduction in subsequent artefacts. • Sequences available at ultrahigh field can be used in current 7T clinical applications to visualize ocular structures otherwise impossible with other ophthalmic imaging.
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