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This article provides a collaborative perspective of the discussions and conclusions from the fifth international workshop of combined positron emission tomorgraphy (PET)/magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that was held in Tübingen, Germany, from February 15 to 19, 2016. Specifically, we summarise the second part of the workshop made up of invited(More)
High spatial resolution T1 weighted images of the brain were acquired in 5-13 min on a whole-body magnetic resonance imager operating at 1.5 T. In order to obtain 5-8 cm field of view images, the receiver bandwidth (Bw) was lowered to 2 kHz. The use of a 2 kHz Bw, instead of the standard 16 kHz Bw, partially compensated the signal loss due to the small(More)
In 24 patients presenting with 55 renal lesions (mean size, 20.8 mm), single-breath-hold (SBH) fast spin-echo (FSE) techniques allowing T1 and T2 images to be produced within 20 and 23 sec, respectively, were compared with routine non-breath-hold (NBH) spin-echo (SE) T1 and NBH-FSE T2 sequences. Contrast-to-noise ratios (CNRs) measured from SBH-FSE T1(More)
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