Body DWI Using nCPMG FSE
Eric Kenneth Gibbons 1 , Shreyas Vasanawala 2 , John Mark Pauly 3 , and Adam Bruce Kerr 3
Department of Bioengineering, Stanford
University, Stanford, California, United States,
of Radiology, California, United States,
of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University,
California, United States
Here we present an modified non-CPMG FSE approach
applied to abdominal DWI. We find that by modifying
mixing crushers and use ESPIRiT/SENSE reconstruction we
are able to achieve nearly artifact and distortion-free
images that are often associated with body DWI images
while also maintaining an appropriate echo train length.
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