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If we want to acquire a fast, robust study with T1-weighted image contrast, one option is a fast spin-echo sequence, as used for T2-weighted imaging.
Coronal proton density-weighted, fat suppressed, turbo spin-echo (2500/14, TF 5), 3.
Grading articular cartilage of the knee using fast spin-echo proton density-weighted MR imaging without fat suppression.
Gadolinium-enhanced fat-suppressed post-contrast imaging helps to boost the contrast-to-noise ratio and is useful for detecting flowing blood compared with areas of flow void or decreased signal in spin-echo and fast spin-echo sequences.
Three-dimensional fast spin-echo imaging: Pulse sequence and in vivo image evaluation.
For those sequences for which SAR does affect the pulse sequence, other solutions may be applied, including parallel imaging to shorten echo trains (with a small reduction in optimal SNR), (9-11) and tailored RF pulse shapes or flip angles (variable-rate selective excitation, hyperecho-turbo spin-echo, transition between pseudo steady-states).
Sagittal and axial T2W half-Fourier acquisition single-shot turbo spin-echo localizer images are obtained to check endorectal coil positioning.
The backbone of our protocol is T2-weighted (T2W) imaging in 3 orthogonal planes with single-shot fast spinecho (SSFSE) or half-Fourier acquisition single-shot spin-echo (HASTE) imaging (effective repetition time [TR] = infinite; echo time [TE] = 80 msec; slice thickness = 6 mm).
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography: Comparison of respiratory-triggered three-dimensional fast-recovery fast spin-echo with parallel imaging technique and breath-hold half-Fourier two-dimensional single-shot fast spin-echo technique.
A focal area of abnormally dark bone marrow signal intensity is noted within the shaft of the 4th metatarsal bone on the axial T1-weighted fast spin-echo sequence (Figure 3A) and bright signal on the postgadolinium fat-saturated sequence (Figure 3B).
The principle of echo-train spin-echo sequences is to summate multiple echoes within the same TR interval to decrease examination time, increase spatial resolution, or both.