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Abstract #0944

Improved gastric T2WI imaging by an TSE corrected HASTE sequence: a comparation study with conventional HASTE, TSE and BLADE-TSE sequences on 3T

Xiaosheng Xu1, Qinglei Shi2, Weishuai Wang3, Jia Wei4, Li Yang4, Qian Xu4, and Gaofeng Shi4
1The Fourth Hospital of Hebei Medical University, Shijiazhuang, China, 2MR Scientific Marketing,Siemens Healthcare, Beijing, China, 3MR Scientific Marketing,Siemens Healthcare, JINAN, China, 4The Fourth Hospital of Hebei Medical University, shijiazhuang, China

In this study, we evaluated the scan time and image quality of a serious of gastric T2WI imaging, including conventional TSE with cartesian acquisition (TSE), BLADE-TSE, conventional HASTE sequence and a new TSE corrected HASTE sequence (TSE-HASTE). We found that the HASTE sequences can provide comparable image quality to TSE sequences, while is insensitive to motion and susceptibility artifacts. For patients with poor respiratory movement, HASTE sequence may be used as a good replacement to the TSE sequences, and TSE-HASTE sequence may provide a better image contrast compared to conventional HASTE.

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