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Cardiac parametric mapping is useful for evaluating cardiac fibrosis and edema. Parametric mapping relies on single-shot heartbeat-by-heartbeat imaging, which is susceptible to intra-shot motion during the imaging window. However, reducing the imaging window requires undersampled reconstruction techniques to preserve image fidelity and spatial resolution. The proposed approach is based on a low-rank tensor model of the multi-dimensional data, which jointly estimates spatial basis images and temporal basis time-courses from an auxiliary parallel imaging reconstruction. The tensor-estimated spatial basis is then further refined using a deep neural network, trained in a fully supervised fashion, improving the fidelity of the spatial basis using learned representations of cardiac basis functions. This two-stage spatial basis estimation will be compared against Fourier-based reconstructions and parallel imaging alone to demonstrate the sharpening and denoising properties of the deep learning-based subspace analysis.

Original publication




Conference paper

Publication Date



14507 LNCS


369 - 379