Interactive fast spin-echo imaging.

Abstract

It is shown that a spin-echo sequence may be used to acquire T(2)-weighted, high-resolution, high-SNR sections at quasi-real-time frame rates for interactive, diagnostic imaging. A single-shot fast spin-echo sequence was designed which employs driven equilibrium to realign transverse magnetization remaining at the final spin echo. Driven equilibrium is… (More)

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@article{Busse2000InteractiveFS, title={Interactive fast spin-echo imaging.}, author={Reed F. Busse and Stephen J. Riederer and Joel G. Fletcher and A E Bharucha and Karen R. Brandt}, journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine}, year={2000}, volume={44 3}, pages={339-48} }