Point-Resolved Spectroscopy - How is Point-Resolved Spectroscopy abbreviated?
PRESS (redirected from Point-Resolved Spectroscopy)
|PRESS||Point-Resolved Spectroscopy (magnetic resonance imaging)|
|PRESS||Peace Research and European Security Studies|
|PRESS||Prediction Error Sum of Squares|
|PRESS||Portsmouth/Piketon Residents for Environmental Safety and Security (Ohio)|
|PRESS||Personnel Recovery Extraction Survivability Aided by Smart-Sensors (US DoD; Defense Threat Reduction Agency)|
|PRESS||Pacific Range Electromagnetic Signature Studies|
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A point-resolved spectroscopy
sequence was used for signal acquisition (TR/TE: 1700 ms/30 ms; spectral bandwidth: 1.2 kHz; field of view: 70 mm x 70 mm; volume of interest: 30 mm x 30 mm; voxel thickness: 5 mm; phase encoding: 32 x 32; single voxel: 2.2 mm x 2.2 mm x 5.0 mm; two repetitions; the total scan time of each MRS study: 8.4 min).
[sup.19]F MRS of phantoms and in vivo data were acquired with Point-REsolved Spectroscopy
(PRESS) using the following settings: TR 3000 ms, TE 15 ms, voxel size 5 x 5 x 5 [mm.sup.3], averages 512, and scan time 25 min.
Single-voxel point-resolved spectroscopy
data were collected (TR, 2000 ms; TE, 30 ms; average, 128; spectral bandwidth, 1200 Hz, 1024 data points).