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The Anatomical magnetic resonance imaging studies at 7T have demonstrated the ability to provide high quality images of human tissue in vivo. However, diffusion-weighted imaging at 7T is limited by the increased level of artifact associated with standard, single-shot, echoplanar imaging (EPI), even when parallel imaging techniques such as GRAPPA are used to reduce the effective echo spacing. Readout-segmented EPI in conjunction with parallel imaging has the potential to reduce these artifactsdoi:10.1002/mrm.22480 pmid:20577977 fatcat:aro3akwzwrcvjgubcsn2f73lou