Fast and ultrafast non-echo-planar MR imaging techniques

@article{Nitz2002FastAU,
  title={Fast and ultrafast non-echo-planar MR imaging techniques},
  author={Wolfgang Nitz},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={12},
  pages={2866-2882}
}
The topic fast and ultrafast MR imaging commonly includes relatively slow gradient-echo techniques with spoiled transverse magnetization (FLASH, FFE-T1, SPGR), gradient-echo techniques with partially refocused transverse magnetization (FISP, FFE, GRASS), gradient-echo techniques with fully refocused transverse magnetization (trueFISP, balanced FFE, FIESTA), the multi-echo spin-echo techniques (RARE, TSE, FSE), a mixture of multi-echo spin-echo and gradient-echo techniques (GRASE, TGSE), and… CONTINUE READING

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