Synthetic Perfusion Maps: Imaging Perfusion Deficits in DSC-MRI with Deep Learning

06/11/2018
by   Andreas Hess, et al.
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In this work, we present a novel convolutional neural net- work based method for perfusion map generation in dynamic suscepti- bility contrast-enhanced perfusion imaging. The proposed architecture is trained end-to-end and solely relies on raw perfusion data for inference. We used a dataset of 151 acute ischemic stroke cases for evaluation. Our method generates perfusion maps that are comparable to the target maps used for clinical routine, while being model-free, fast, and less noisy.

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