Patrick H. Le Roux1, Graeme C. McKinnon2, Yi-Fen Yen3, Brice Fernandez4,5
1Applied Science Lab, GE Healhtcare, Palaiseau, France; 2Applied Science Lab, GE Healthcare, Waukesha, WI, United States; 3Applied Science Lab, GE Healthcare, Menlo-Park, CA, United States; 4Applied Science Lab, GE Healhtcare, Nancy, France; 5IADI Lab, INSERM, Nancy, France
We present the first direct experimental proof of nCPMG capability to refocus the magnetization at the end of a long echo train. The nutation angle used is small enough (130) to make a large difference between a sequence where realignment is used and a sequence where only stabilization is used. Also measuring the two transverse components insure the third one is also refocused, and that there is truly no initial phase dependence.