Forty-millisecond MR imaging of the abdomen at 2.0 T.

@article{Saini1989FortymillisecondMI,
  title={Forty-millisecond MR imaging of the abdomen at 2.0 T.},
  author={Sanjay Saini and David D. Stark and Richard Rzedzian and I. L. Pykett and E Rummeny and Peter F. Hahn and Jack Wittenberg and Joseph T. Jr. Ferrucci},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={173 1},
  pages={
          111-6
        }
}
The ability of an ultrafast magnetic resonance (MR) imaging technique to provide abdominal MR images free of motion artifacts was studied. Individual T2-weighted transverse MR images were acquired in as little as 40 msec on a whole-body system operating at 2.0 T. Clinical evaluation was undertaken with fat-suppressed images in which only protons of water molecules contributed to image signal intensity. The ultrafast MR images were compared with conventional MR images obtained at 0.6 T. In 22… CONTINUE READING

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