Abstract # 2077 MRI Distortion Correction for Submillimeter-Precision Functional Proton Radiosurgergy

Presenter: Schulte, Reinhard

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Conclusions:
MRI distortion correction for functional radiosurgery procedures can be performed using a precision-machined cubic phantom and an appropriate mathematical model of the relationship between distorted and undistorted coordinates.
[1] S. Langlois, M. Desvignes, J.M. Constans, and M. Revenu, “MRI geometric distortion: a simple approach to correcting the effects of non-linear gradient fields,” J. Magn. Reson. Imaging, 9, pp. 821-831, 1999.





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