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Abstract #1159

Radiologic evaluation of MSDE-CUBE-FLEX for imaging brachial plexus

Daehyun Yoon1, Neha Antil1, Sandip Biswal1, and Amelie Lutz1
1Radiology, Stanford university, Stanford, CA, United States

The conventional MRI examination of brachial plexus using 2D fast spin-echo sequences suffers from 1) long scan time due to a large field of view, 2) insufficient fat suppression due to strong off-resonance, 3) confusion between nerves and blood vessels. We recently presented a novel MSDE-CUBE-FLEX sequence addressing these issues by combining 1) outer volume suppression, 2) fast triple-echo Dixon technique, 3) magnitude-preparation to suppress blood signal. In this work, we compared the MSDE-CUBE-FLEX and 2D FSE sequences for imaging brachial plexus, which shows clear improvements in brachial plexus visualization with the MSDE-CUBE-FLEX sequence.

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