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KIKI-net: cross-domain convolutional neural networks for reconstructing undersampled magnetic resonance images.

Authors
 Taejoon Eo  ;  Yohan Jun  ;  Taeseong Kim  ;  Jinseong Jang  ;  Ho‐Joon Lee  ;  Dosik Hwang 
Citation
 Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol.80(5) : 2188-2201, 2018 
Journal Title
 Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 
ISSN
 0740-3194 
Issue Date
2018
Keywords
MRI acceleration ; convolutional neural networks ; cross-domain deep learning ; image reconstruction ; k-space completion
Abstract
PURPOSE: To demonstrate accurate MR image reconstruction from undersampled k-space data using cross-domain convolutional neural networks (CNNs) METHODS: Cross-domain CNNs consist of 3 components: (1) a deep CNN operating on the k-space (KCNN), (2) a deep CNN operating on an image domain (ICNN), and (3) an interleaved data consistency operations. These components are alternately applied, and each CNN is trained to minimize the loss between the reconstructed and corresponding fully sampled k-spaces. The final reconstructed image is obtained by forward-propagating the undersampled k-space data through the entire network. RESULTS: Performances of K-net (KCNN with inverse Fourier transform), I-net (ICNN with interleaved data consistency), and various combinations of the 2 different networks were tested. The test results indicated that K-net and I-net have different advantages/disadvantages in terms of tissue-structure restoration. Consequently, the combination of K-net and I-net is superior to single-domain CNNs. Three MR data sets, the T2 fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (T2 FLAIR) set from the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and 2 data sets acquired at our local institute (T2 FLAIR and T1 weighted), were used to evaluate the performance of 7 conventional reconstruction algorithms and the proposed cross-domain CNNs, which hereafter is referred to as KIKI-net. KIKI-net outperforms conventional algorithms with mean improvements of 2.29 dB in peak SNR and 0.031 in structure similarity. CONCLUSION: KIKI-net exhibits superior performance over state-of-the-art conventional algorithms in terms of restoring tissue structures and removing aliasing artifacts. The results demonstrate that KIKI-net is applicable up to a reduction factor of 3 to 4 based on variable-density Cartesian undersampling.
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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/mrm.27201
DOI
10.1002/mrm.27201
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Radiology (영상의학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
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Lee, Ho Joon(이호준)
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