ID 113073
Title Alternative
Principles of the magnetic resonance imaging movie method for articulatory movement : a review
Author
Ozawa, Erika Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Inoue-Arai, Maristela Sayuri Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Ohmori, Hiroko Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Moriyama, Keiji Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Ono, Takashi Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Kurabayashi, Tohru Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Yoshihara, Hozumi University of Tokushima
Parakonthun, Kulthida Nunthayanon Srinakharinwirot University
Keywords
Segmented k-space cine sequence
Artifact
Pronunciation
Teeth
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become a critical tool for dental examination. MRI has many advantages over radiographic examination methods, including the lack of a requirement for patient exposure and the ability to capture high-contrast images of various tissue and organ types. However, MRI also has several limitations, including long examination times and the existence of metallic or motion artifacts. A cardiac imaging method using cine sequences was developed in the 1990s. This technique allows for analysis of heart movement and functional blood flow. Moreover, this method has been applied in dentistry. Recent research involving 3T MRI has led to the achievement of a temporal resolution of <10 ms, surpassing the frame rate of typical video recording. The current review introduces the history and principles of the cine sequence method and its application to the oral and maxillofacial regions.
Journal Title
Oral Radiology
ISSN
09116028
16139674
NCID
AA10689728
Publisher
Japanese Society for Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology|Springer Singapore
Volume
35
Issue
2
Start Page
91
End Page
100
Published Date
2018-09-14
Remark
The final publication is available at link.springer.com
論文本文は2019-09-14以降公開予定
DOI (Published Version)
URL ( Publisher's Version )
language
eng
TextVersion
その他
departments
Oral Sciences