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Figure 5: (a) to (c) show that the conventional partial-Fourier diffusion-weighted images are degraded by Type 1 artifacts, particularly for data obtained with a smaller number of overscans. (d) to (f) show that Type 1 artifacts can be avoided in data obtained with the k-space energy-anchored DTI sequence and reconstructed with the conventional partial-Fourier algorithm. However, artificial signal elevation (i.e., Type 2 artifact) appears in several regions. (g) to (i) show that both Type 1 and Type 2 artifacts can be eliminated when the multischeme partial-Fourier reconstruction algorithm is used to reconstruct the data acquired with the k-space energy-anchored pulse sequence.