• Phase Contrast MRI - always rescale?

    From lbrandao@21:1/5 to All on Tue Aug 10 06:27:21 2021
    Greetings,

    I'm working with Phase Contrast MRI.

    I understand that rescale slope and rescale intercept are used to rescale the images back to their original values.

    However, and in what concerns PC MRI, I wonder if this rescaling operation will always take place. In other words, can I find PC MRI that doesn't need to be rescaled?

    Looking to the answer that Dan Konigsbach gave in this question https://groups.google.com/g/comp.protocols.dicom/c/iTCxWcsqjnM?pli=1 ] , "when they (rescale slope and intercept) are present" - I assume that we might find MRI images that were not scaled [
    please correct me if that's not the case]. Does this also apply to PC MRI?

    Thanks,
    LBrandao

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