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Abstract #1419

3D high resolution MR imaging of anterolateral ligament

qian wang1, Cuiping Ren1, Jingliang Cheng1, and Zhizheng Zhuo2

1The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China, 2Clinical Science, Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China

This study aimed to demonstrate the feasibility of optimized 3D high resolution MR imaging for scanning anterolaterl ligament, as well as provide more accurate imaging technique for patient with ACL and ALL injured. In the study, we used the high resolution 3D TSE-based sequences including the optimized T1W-VISTA, PDW-VISTA, and T1W-VISTA-SPAIR to evaluate the 60 knees of thirty healthy volunteers. There was significant difference between the three techniques for both the radiologists, and there was high consistency between the scores of two radiologists. 3D T1W-VISTA imaging technique has a high superiority in the three techniques, which may provide more information for clinical diagnosis.

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