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Applications of CS-MRI in Bioinformatics and Neuroinformatics

  • Bhabesh DekaEmail author
  • Sumit Datta
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Part of the Springer Series on Bio- and Neurosystems book series (SSBN, volume 9)

Abstract

MRI has a number of applications in bioinformatics and neuroinformatis, like, functional MRI (fMRI), diffusion weighted MRI (DW-MRI), and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). It gives valuable information about anatomical structure, the functioning of organs, neuronal activity, and abnormality inside the human body. Although MRI has a number of clinical advantages, it suffers from a fundamental limitation, i.e., slow data acquisition resulting in low SNR, poor resolution, and patient discomfort. Applications of CS-MRI for clinical practice is only a few till date but this new technology has a tremendous potential to overcome the fundamental limit of conventional MRI.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringTezpur UniversityTezpurIndia

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