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Fast spin-echo MR images of the pelvis obtained with a phased-array coil: value in localizing and staging prostatic carcinoma.
Comparison of conventional spin-echo and fast spin-echo magnetic resonance imaging with fat suppression in cruciate ligament injury.
In our unit, MRI only supports single-shot fast spin-echo sequences.
All three groups were subject to the same T2-weighted, fast spin-echo and MRI in the axial and sagittal planes.
In the spin-echo technique, a second pulse (180 [degrees], or inversion pulse) is applied to the sample.
Advanced Neurological Package: Includes brain imaging enhancements with improved Spin-Echo (SE) Diffusion and Perfusion imaging, Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC) mapping and new Line Scan Diffusion, which provides more robust imaging against undesired patient movements than conventional SE DWI (Spin-Echo Diffusion-Weighted Imaging).
The MRI images were performed using the following sequences: The axial T2-weighted turbo spin-echo sequences and T1-weighted fast low-angle shot gradient-echo sequences, then the axial BOLD-MRI with a multiple gradient-recalled-echo sequence with repetition time/echo time of 124 ms/3.
Neuroimaging (High-resolution 3-dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Diffusion Tensor Images, Fluid Attenuation Inversion Recovery, T2-weighted spin-echo sequences and functional MRI, spectrometry) were also conducted.
While there are many ways to increase the speed of a sequence once we have decided upon the sequence--eg, increasing bandwidth or decreasing repetition time (TR)--starting from the basic spin-echo sequence, there are 2 fundamental modifications that can be made.
Axial, proton density-weighted, fat suppressed, turbo spin-echo (repetition time msec/echo time, 2500/13; turbo factor (TF) 5), 4-mm section thickness, 1-mm spacing, 512x256 matrix, NEX 1, FOV 14 cm.