Single-shot turbo spin echo T2 (SSTSE) is a common sequence
used in fetal brain MRI. It is typically acquired in stacks that are positioned
according to fetal brain anatomy, producing images that are radiologically
in-plane; axial, sagittal, and coronal. However, fetal motion can cause images
to be out-of-plane and repeats are often necessary to rectify this. This study
proposes a new, optimised method that acquires stacks in planes set to maternal
anatomy, rather than fetal brain. We then utilise slice-volume reconstruction
to re-register the volume to standard radiological planes.