High resolution MRI of the brain at 4.7 Tesla using fast spin echo imaging.

@article{Vita2003HighRM,
  title={High resolution MRI of the brain at 4.7 Tesla using fast spin echo imaging.},
  author={Enrico De Vita and Dipl.-Ing. Lang Thomas and Stephen Roberts and H. G. Parkes and Robert Turner and Paul Kinchesh and Karin Shmueli and Tarek A. Yousry and Roger J. Ordidge},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={76 909},
  pages={
          631-7
        }
}
Over recent years, high field MR scanners (3 T and above) have become increasingly widespread due to potential advantages such as higher signal-to-noise ratio. However, few examples of high resolution images covering the whole brain in reasonable acquisition times have been published to date and none have used fast spin echo (FSE), a sequence commonly employed for the acquisition of T(2) weighted images at 1.5 T. This is mostly due to the increased technical challenges associated with uniform… CONTINUE READING

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