SHARP edges: Recovering cortical phase contrast through harmonic extension


Journal article


R. Topfer, F. Schweser, A. Deistung, J. Reichenbach, A. Wilman
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2015

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Topfer, R., Schweser, F., Deistung, A., Reichenbach, J., & Wilman, A. (2015). SHARP edges: Recovering cortical phase contrast through harmonic extension. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.

Chicago/Turabian
Topfer, R., F. Schweser, A. Deistung, J. Reichenbach, and A. Wilman. “SHARP Edges: Recovering Cortical Phase Contrast through Harmonic Extension.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2015).

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Topfer, R., et al. “SHARP Edges: Recovering Cortical Phase Contrast through Harmonic Extension.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2015.


Abstract

To recover local phase contrast at the edges of the brain (e.g., cortex), where it is otherwise unavailable with the conventional form of the technique sophisticated harmonic artifact reduction for phase data (SHARP).