Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05851

May 13, 2022, 1:10 a.m. | Wen Shi, Haoan Xu, Cong Sun, Jiwei Sun, Yamin Li, Xinyi Xu, Tianshu Zheng, Yi Zhang, Guangbin Wang, Dan Wu

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Multi-slice magnetic resonance images of the fetal brain are usually
contaminated by severe and arbitrary fetal and maternal motion. Hence, stable
and robust motion correction is necessary to reconstruct high-resolution 3D
fetal brain volume for clinical diagnosis and quantitative analysis. However,
the conventional registration-based correction has a limited capture range and
is insufficient for detecting relatively large motions. Here, we present a
novel Affinity Fusion-based Framework for Iteratively Random Motion (AFFIRM)
correction of the multi-slice fetal brain MRI. It learns …

arxiv brain framework fusion random

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