SPGR

AcronymDefinition
SPGRSpoiled Gradient Recalled
SPGRSpecific Gravity
SPGRSprenggranate (German: Explosive Shell)
SPGRSystematizing Person-Group Relations
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The secondary endpoints were cartilage repair at 12 months by assessment of changes of the knee joint cartilage's volume measured with 3D SPGR quantitative MRI, in addition to VAS, SF-36 and Whole-Organ Magnetic Resonance Imaging Score (WORMS) scores.
Abbreviations BMI: Body mass index QST: Quantitative Sensory Testing IENFD: Intraepidermal nerve fiber density MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging EV: Epineurial volume FV: Fascicles volume NV: Nerve volume FNR: Fascicles to nerve volumes ratio CSA: Cross-sectional area SPGR: Spoiled gradient echo IDEAL: Iterative decomposition of water and fat with echo asymmetry and least-squares estimation FAST: FMRIB Automated Segmentation Tool.
The cyst wall of the posterior fossa cyst in this case was not detected by SPGR or FIESTA, whereas SWAN revealed hemosiderin deposits enveloping the posterior fossa cyst.
To overcome this limitation and since intracutaneously administered contrast agent is simultaneously absorbed by the venous circulation Mitsumori and colleagues, after 3D heavily T2-weighted sequence to depict the severity of lymphedema and a high-resolution fat suppressed 3D spoiled gradient-echo (3DSPGR) sequence after the intracutaneous injection of Gd-based MR contrast to image lymphatic vessels, concluded the examination with an intravenous injection of Gd-based MR contrast to obtain an MR venogram by repeating the high-resolution 3D SPGR sequence, using the images from the MR venogram to facilitate the differentiation of superficial veins from enhancing lymphatic vessels during exam interpretation.
Morphological T1-weighted (slice thickness 5 mm)and FSEIR sequences in the sagittal plane (slice thickness 5 mm) were acquired before the dynamic evaluation.The dynamic study was performed on the coronal plane using 3D SPGR fat suppressed sequence with TR 8.9ms, TE 4.2ms, flip angle 20[degrees], slice thickness 2.6mm without interval, matrix 256*256 and temporal resolution ranging from 60 to 90 s, according to the volume of the breasts and to the field of view (FOV).
An anatomical image was acquired with a 3D SPGR sequence.
SPGR, MPRAGE, or BRAVO) is particularly useful for detecting subtle cortical dysplasias.
High resolution contrast enhanced axial pictures of the brain were taken in the 3-D SPGR sequence.
Codes for the species: Anly: Anchoa lyolepis; Anle: Anchoviella lepidentostole; Atbr: Atherinella brasiliensis; Baro: Bairdiella ronchus; Casp: Cathorops spixii; Ceed: Cetengraulis edentulus; Dirh: Diapterus rhombeus; Euar: Eucinostomus argenteus; Geba: Genidens barbus; Gege: Genidens genidens; Hacl: Harengula clupeola; Mucu: Mugil curema; Opog: Ophisthonema oglinum; Poco: Pomadasys corvinaeformis; Sabr: Sardinella brasiliensis; Spgr: Sphoeroides greeleyi; Spte: Sphoeroeides testudineus; Stra: Stellifer rastrifer.
A three-dimensional Fourier transformed spoiled gradient-recalled (SPGR) acquisition sequence yielded a coronal series of contiguous 1.5 mm images (TE = 5 msec, TR = 35 msec, repetition = 1, nutation angle = 45[degrees], field of view = 24 cm, acquisition matrix = 256 x 256 x 124, and voxel dimension = 0.9375 x 0.9375 x 1.5 mm).
SWI data have usually been acquired using a 3D spoiled gradient-echo (SPGR) pulse sequence with a relatively long echo time (TE).
Systematizing person-group relations (SPGR): a field theory of social interaction.