Steady-state free precession imaging of the inner ear.

Abstract

The authors describe a steady-state free precession technique for imaging the inner ear. Although the signal-to-noise ratio is not as great as with other three-dimensional MR techniques, the inherent high contrast of inner ear structures makes this a valuable technique for patients with sensorineural hearing loss and for those who refuse paramagnetic contrast material.

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@article{Stillman1994SteadystateFP, title={Steady-state free precession imaging of the inner ear.}, author={Arthur E. Stillman and Kent B Remley and D J Loes and X Hu and Richard E . Latchaw}, journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology}, year={1994}, volume={15 2}, pages={348-50} }