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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive technique that is used in clinical applications such as diseases diagnosis and monitoring and treatment progress. Although, MRI scans typically have high in-plane resolution but they have very poor resolution in slice direction. Furthermore, in some applications with limited acquisition time or where the subject is moving, increased slice thickness or inter-slice space (slice gaps) may be used which results in poor resolution MRI.

In this research, we propose a novel Super Resolution (SR) technique for reconstructing High-Resolution (HR) MRI using a sequence of orthogonal Low-Resolution (LR) MRI scans.

The resolution of this reconstructed SR MRI is improved in all directions and its information is increased comparing to the initial scans.


Presented at Women in STEMM Research Symposium, Wright State University.