WET, a T1- and B1-insensitive water-suppression method for in vivo localized 1H NMR spectroscopy.


Suppression of the water signal during 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy by repeated sequences of a frequency-selective radiofrequency pulse and a gradient dephasing pulse requires nulling of the longitudinal component of the water magnetization and is therefore affected by T1 relaxation, RF-pulse flip angles (which depend on B1), and sequence timing. In… (More)


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