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Based on the principles of echo imaging, we present a method to acquire sufficient data for a 256 X 256 image in from 2 to 40 s. The image contrast is dominated by the transverse relaxation time T2. Sampling all projections for 2D FT image reconstruction in one (or a few) echo trains leads to image artifacts due to the different T2 weighting of the echo.(More)
The findings of a 10-year study (1976 to 1986) conducted in southwest Germany on hemangioblastomas (HBL's) of the central nervous system (CNS) are presented. During that period, 47 HBL's were diagnosed and surgically removed in 44 patients, with a good postoperative survival rate and prognosis. The majority (83%) of these tumors were located in the(More)
A modification of the rapid acquisition with relaxation enhancement imaging method allows the acquisition of a highly T2-weighted image in 2.5 s. By omitting the slice selection gradient, this technique yields a superimposed image of the CSF in the spinal canal. This image (magnetic resonance myelogram) contains much of the same information as an X-ray(More)
Based on the principle of selective inversion of the fat or water signal, we have developed a method which allows the simultaneous acquisition of separated fat and water images. In combination with multiecho techniques, this allows the determination of shift selective relaxation times. A detailed analysis of the relaxation behavior of a human leg at 0.23 T(More)
Between 1980 and 1985 we examined a fairly large group of patients for retrocochlear disorders. Every patient was examined by at least two procedures, registration of brain stem potentials and CT; we had also magnetic resonance images taken of some of these patients. We diagnosed a total of 37 acoustic neuromas in 34 of the patients examined. From our study(More)
Presentation of first experience with a new 3-dimensional data acquisition method. The new method yields sets of 120 continuous images of the head and brain in all 3 dimensions (slice thickness and spatial resolution both being 1.7 mm.) with a data acquisition time of 15 minutes. Depending on pulse sequences T1- or T2-images are available. Advantages and(More)
This article discusses the diagnostic benefit of methods for the compensation of motion artefacts in dynamic MRT-Mammography with a contrast agent. Our algorithms for motion compensation perform a locally rigid registration of cubic sub-volumes and a locally affine deformation of tetrahedral sub-volumes from a Delaunay-Triangulation. Within an extensive(More)