Exploring the Application of Compressed-SENSE Accelerated Fast MR Based Bone Imaging Method in CVJ Anomalies: Preliminary Experience
Sabha Ahmed1, Jitender Saini1, Nupur Pruthi2, Alok Mohan Uppar2, Rashmi Rao3, Kumar Madan3, Narayan Krishna Rolla3, and Indrajit Saha3
1Neuroimaging and interventional radiology, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India, 2Neurosurgery, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India, 3Philips India Ltd, Bangalore, India
Imaging analysis of craniovertebral junction anomalies comprises of bony, ligament, vascular and spinal cord evaluation. MDCT falls short in the evaluation of the latter while conventional MRI does not offer optimal bone resolution. Novel Compressed SENSE accelerated Fast field echo resembling a CT using restricted echo-spacing (CS-FRACTURE) technique is a bid to overcome this shortcoming in routine clinical setup and we aim to explore the same.
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