The goal of this project is to evaluate a 3D time-resolved dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) MRI technique (called DISCO) combined with chemical fat suppression (ChemSAT) for breast MR imaging.
1. Evaluate the quality of fat suppression of ChemSAT DISCO compared to the clinical standard-of-care method.
2. Compare different parameter settings for ChemSAT DISCO and evaluate the effectiveness of the fat suppression.
3. Evaluate the signal-versus-time curve.
For each volunteer, a ChemSAT DISCO protocol will be used along with a contrast injection. In addition, a clinical standard-of-care 3D T1-weighted VIBRANT method with FatSat will be acquired for comparison.