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Publication NumberUS 20200150208Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2020-01-08Publication Date2020-05-14
This disclosure provides a computer-implemented method for sequencing magnetic resonance imaging waveforms using a multistage sequencing hardware. The method comprises creating, with the aid of a computer processor, an active memory region that includes waveforms and schedules being played, and creating one or more buffer memory regions that contain waveforms and schedules not currently being played. Next, the waveforms and schedules in the one or more buffer memory regions may be updated whi…
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Publication NumberUS 10641857Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2015-03-06Publication Date2020-05-05
This disclosure provides a computer-implemented method for sequencing magnetic resonance imaging waveforms using a multistage sequencing hardware. The method comprises creating, with the aid of a computer processor, an active memory region that includes waveforms and schedules being played, and creating one or more buffer memory regions that contain waveforms and schedules not currently being played. Next, the waveforms and schedules in the one or more buffer memory regions may be updated whi…
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Publication NumberUS 10254369Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2015-10-28Publication Date2019-04-09
Systems and methods are provided for the imaging of a subject (e.g., patient). A pipeline architecture is presented that facilitates the development of high-quality, application-specific data reconstructions. A plurality of processing nodes is provided, each node comprising one or more processing tasks for data transformation. Two or more processing nodes are linked together to form a functional pipeline, each pipeline configured to generate image data from a raw image data set, such as raw m…
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Publication NumberUS 20180120401Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2017-12-06Publication Date2018-05-03
This disclosure provides a computer-implemented method for sequencing magnetic resonance imaging waveforms using a multistage sequencing hardware. The method comprises creating, with the aid of a computer processor, an active memory region that includes waveforms and schedules being played, and creating one or more buffer memory regions that contain waveforms and schedules not currently being played. Next, the waveforms and schedules in the one or more buffer memory regions may be updated whi…
Research Grant
Project Number5R44HL084769-06Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2015-06-01Expiration Date2017-05-31Funding Amount$923,363
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been shown to be one of the best technologies for the evaluation of cardiovascular pathologies. The broad application of this promising technology is expected to significantly improve the treatment of patients with heart disease in general and ischemic heart diseases in particular. However, widespread adoption of this beneficial technology has been held back by the lack of both software infrastructure and specif…
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Project Number5R44HL084769-05Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2014-06-01Expiration Date2015-05-31Funding Amount$927,643
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been shown to be one of the best technologies for the evaluation of cardiovascular pathologies. The broad application of this promising technology is expected to significantly improve the treatment of patients with heart disease in general and ischemic heart diseases in particular. However, widespread adoption of this beneficial technology has been held back by the lack of both software infrastructure and specif…
Patent
Publication NumberWO 2014039080 A1Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2013-01-10Publication Date2014-03-13
This disclosure provides a computer-implemented method for sequencing magnetic resonance imaging waveforms using a multistage sequencing hardware. The method comprises creating, with the aid of a computer processor, an active memory region that includes waveforms and schedules being played, and creating one or more buffer memory regions that contain waveforms and schedules not currently being played. Next, the waveforms and schedules in the one or more buffer memory regions may be updated whi…
Patent
Publication NumberUS 20130274592Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2013-02-28Publication Date2013-10-17
A method for acquiring a volumetric scan from at least a portion of a body of a subject suspected of exhibiting an observable manifestation of a disease or adverse health condition comprises, with the aid of a radio frequency (RF) source of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system, applying a first RF pulse to the at least the portion of a body of the subject. A detector coil of the MRI system can then detect magnetic resonance (MR) signals from the at least the portion of the body of the su…
Research Grant
Project Number2R44HL084769-04Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2013-08-01Expiration Date2014-05-31Funding Amount$927,643
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been shown to be one of the best technologies for the evaluation of cardiovascular pathologies. The broad application of this promising technology is expected to significantly improve the treatment of patients with heart disease in general and ischemic heart diseases in particular. However, widespread adoption of this beneficial technology has been held back by the lack of both software infrastructure and specif…
Research Grant
Project Number5R44HL092691-03Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2012-08-01Expiration Date2014-07-31Funding Amount$554,982
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Valvular heart diseases are conventionally overshadowed by the very high prevalence of coronary disease. However, moderate to severe valvular heart disease is present in more than 12% of patients over the age of 70 and present in 80% or more of patients admitted with congestive heart failure [1]. The proper cardiac evaluation must therefore include an accurate evaluation of valvular structure and function. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging has been shown …
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