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Abstract #3423

Improved dual inversion recovery T2-weighted black-blood image on myocardial MRI using zoomed technique

Kohei Yuda1, Takashige Yoshida1, Masami Yoneyama2, Yuki Furukawa1, and Nobuo kawauchi1
1Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital, Nakano, Japan, 2Philips healthcare, Tokyo, Japan, minato, Japan

The conventional Dual Inversion Recovery T2-weighted Black Blood (c-DIR-BB) on myocardial MRI is useful for the clinical diagnosis. One of the problems of c-DIR-BB is aliasing artifact, resulting in degradation of image quality. The zoomed method for improved aliasing artifact, orthogonal selection (i.e. phase / slice direction) excites to suppress tissue signals outside with a smaller FOV in phase encoding direction. Hence the DIR-BB using zoomed methods was improved image quality by orthogonal select excitation RF pulse.

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