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Abstract #1834

Spiral Time of Flight MRA with Dixon Water and Fat Separation

Nicholas R. Zwart1, Dinghui Wang1, and James G. Pipe1

1Imaging Research, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ, United States

Time of Flight MRA in the head and neck can benefit from Dixon fat signal removal. The spiral trajectory is used to speed up the acquisition allowing 3-echoes to be collected, for Dixon reconstruction, in less time than a conventional single echo ("out-of-phase") cartesian MRA.

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