Asymmetric appearance of intracranial vessels on routine spin-echo MR images: a pulse sequence-dependent phenomenon.

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PURPOSE To determine the cause of right to left signal intensity differences arising from intracranial vessels during routine spin-echo axial MR imaging of the head. METHODS AND RESULTS Using a normal imaging sequence in which the default directions of the frequency and phase axes were horizontal and vertical, respectively, differences in signal intensity… (More)

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@article{Fujita1992AsymmetricAO, title={Asymmetric appearance of intracranial vessels on routine spin-echo MR images: a pulse sequence-dependent phenomenon.}, author={Naoki Fujita and K. Harada and Norio Hirabuki and K. Fujii and Yasuhiro Akai and Takehiro Hashimoto and T. Miura and Masaki Mitomo and Takenori Kozuka}, journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology}, year={1992}, volume={13 4}, pages={1153-9} }