Dear Editors, In the abstract, the number of subjects should be changed from 3 to 4. The updated abstract sections appear below: Methods Four adults were imaged on a 3T scanner using a multi-echo 3D GRE sequence acquired at three head orientations. MTV, QSM, R2*, T1, and proton density maps were reconstructed. The sequence (GRAPPA R = 4) was also performed in subject #1 with a single head orientation, and subject #4 to assess reproducibility. Fully sampled data was acquired in subject #2, from which retrospective undersampling was performed (R = 6 GRAPPA and R = 9 JVC-GRAPPA). Prospective undersampling was performed in subject #3 (R = 6 GRAPPA and R = 9 JVC-GRAPPA) using gradient blips to shift k-space sampling in later echoes. Results Subject #1 and #4 showed that multi-orientation and single-orientation MTV maps did not differ significantly. For subject #2, the retrospectively undersampled JVC-GRAPPA and GRAPPA generated similar results as fully sampled data. This approach was validated with the prospectively undersampled images (subject #3). Combining QSM, R2*, and MTV, the contributions of myelin and iron to susceptibility was estimated. In the Methods section 2.1 of the manuscript, the number of subjects should likewise be changed from 3 to 4. The update manuscript section appears below: 2.1 | Data acquisition Four healthy adult volunteers were scanned on a 3T scanner (Siemens Skyra) with a 64-channel head coil in accordance with IRB-approved protocol.24 We regret these errors in our manuscript. CONFLICT OF INTEREST The authors do not have any conflicts of interest to report.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging