The authors analysed compressed sensing and parallel imaging (CS-PI)-accelerated bowel motility magnetic resonance imaging. They also compared its image and diagnostic quality to conventional sensitivity encoding (SENSE) accelerated scans and found no advantages of CS-PI over SENSE for three-dimensional bowel motility imaging. In addition, you can find the current guidelines on the technical performance for bowel imaging published in European Radiology here.
Article: Evaluation of compressed sensing MRI for accelerated bowel motility imaging
Authors: C. S. de Jonge, B. F. Coolen, E. S. Peper, A. G. Motaal, C. Y. Nio, I. Somers, G. J. Strijkers, J. Stoker, and A. J. Nederveen