Real-time cardiac cine imaging with SPIDER: steady-state projection imaging with dynamic echo-train readout.

@article{Larson2001RealtimeCC,
  title={Real-time cardiac cine imaging with SPIDER: steady-state projection imaging with dynamic echo-train readout.},
  author={Andrew C. Larson and Orlando P. Simonetti},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={46 6},
  pages={
          1059-66
        }
}
Steady-state projection imaging with dynamic echo-train readout (SPIDER) is a multiecho radial k-space trajectory TrueFISP sequence developed for real-time cine imaging of the heart. This new pulse sequence combines the superior SNR and blood-to-myocardium contrast of TrueFISP with the increased scan time efficiency of EPI and undersampled projection reconstruction. SPIDER sequence RF repetition time (TR) was minimized by limiting the echo-train to a length of three while acquiring the first… CONTINUE READING
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