Kouki Kusagiri

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Acute encephalopathy is a disease group more commonly seen in children. It is often severe and has neurological sequelae. Imaging is important for early diagnosis and prompt treatment to ameliorate an unfavorable outcome, but insufficient sensitivity/specificity is a problem. To overcome this, a new value (fraction of high b-pair (FH)) that could be(More)
PURPOSE In magnetic resonance imaging of the brain, BLADE is used to compensate for head motion. The technique focuses mainly on acquisition of T(2)-weighted or contrast-enhanced T(1)-weighted images in adults; its utility for nonenhanced T(1)-weighted imaging in children is not well established. We compared the quality of T(1)-weighted fluid-attenuated(More)
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