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Abstract #4056

Feasibility of free-breathing T1-weighted 3D radial VIBE for fetal MRI in various anomalies

Taotao Sun1, Ling Jiang1, Zhongshuai Zhang2, Mengxiao Liu2, Marcel Dominik Nickel3, and Zhaoxia Qian1

1Department of Radiology, International Peace Maternity and Child Health Hospital, School of Medicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, 2Diagnostic Imaging, SIEMENS Healthcare, Shanghai, China, 3R&D, Diagnostic Imaging, SIEMENS Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany

Traditional breath-hold, fat-suppressed T1-weighted sequences (T1W images) may be degraded by motion artifacts arising from both the mother and fetus. Images obtained with the radial VIBE sequence had a higher overall image quality score than Cartesian sampled 3D VIBE T1W images and less motion artifact in various fetal regions. Fetal lesions presented in radial VIBE images had good lesion conspicuity and edge sharpness.

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