Synergistic multi-contrast cardiac magnetic resonance image reconstructionRevista : Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A
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Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) is an important tool for the non-invasive diagnosis of a variety of cardiovascular diseases. Parametric mapping with multi-contrast CMR is able to quantify tissue alterations in myocardial disease and promises to improve patient care. However, magnetic resonance imaging is an inherently slow imaging modality, resulting in long acquisition times for parametric mapping which acquires a series of cardiac images with different contrasts for signal fitting or dictionary matching. Furthermore, extra efforts to deal with respiratory and cardiac motion by triggering and gating further increase the scan time. Several techniques have been developed to speed up CMR acquisitions, which usually acquire less data than that required by the Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem, followed by regularized reconstruction to mitigate undersampling artefacts. Recent advances in CMR parametric mapping speed up CMR by synergistically exploiting spatial-temporal and contrast redundancies. In this article, we will review the recent developments in multi-contrast CMR image reconstruction for parametric mapping with special focus on low-rank and model-based reconstructions. Deep learning-based multi-contrast reconstruction has recently been proposed in other magnetic resonance applications. These developments will be covered to introduce the general methodology. Current technical limitations and potential future directions are discussed. This article is part of the theme issue ‘Synergistic tomographic image reconstruction: part 1’.