Characterization of myelin water imaging using a gradient and spin echo sequence in human brain and spinal cord

@inproceedings{Ljungberg2016CharacterizationOM,
  title={Characterization of myelin water imaging using a gradient and spin echo sequence in human brain and spinal cord},
  author={Emil Ljungberg},
  year={2016}
}
Myelin water imaging is a quantitative magnetic resonance imaging technique that can be used as an in vivo biomarker for myelin in the central nervous system. In 2007, a paradigm shift took place when the standard sequence for myelin water imaging changed from a multi-echo spin echo sequence to a gradient and spin echo (GRASE) sequence. The GRASE sequence has so far only been applied to brain imaging, and reproducibility between different scan vendors has not been assessed. In this study I… CONTINUE READING

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