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Abstract #4535

The effect of compressed sensing with multiple acceleration factors on brachial plexus 3D NerveVIEW

Haonan Zhang1, Renwang Pu1, and Qingwei Song1
1Department of Radiology, the First Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, Dalian, Dalian, China


The 3D-NerveVIEW sequence with suppression of lipid and blood signals and a long echo time can obtain high-quality images for visualization of brachial plexus, while the long scan time may limit its clinical application. Compressed SENSE (CS) is a newly developed technique in MRI that enables accelerated acquisition with maintained image quality. By comparing results of 3D-NerveVIEW for brachial plexus imaging with acceleration by the conventional SENSE and the advanced CS with dierent acceleration factors. We found that the 3D-NerveVIEW for brachial plexus imaging with a CS acceleration factor of 6 can obtained favorable images within signicantly reduced scan time.

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