• Published 2017

Spoiling of Transverse Magnetization in Steady-State Sequences

@inproceedings{Yperen2017SpoilingOT,
  title={Spoiling of Transverse Magnetization in Steady-State Sequences},
  author={Van Yperen},
  year={2017}
}
In a spin-echo magnetic resonance sequence a phase encoding gradient magnetic field (39) is applied after the 180 rephasing pulse (32). After detection of the spin-echo signal (33) the position dependent phases are compensated for by applying a further gradient mag netic field (39), identical in size but opposite in sign. The phase difference (db32,1-db31,1) between the RF pulses (311,321) applied within a sequence is constant over the sequences. With no position dependent effects left at the… CONTINUE READING

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