Spin-Echo Revisited: Improved Visualization of Accelerated T2W Spin-Echo Spiral Imaging with Compressed Sensing with SENSE (CS-Spiral)
Kosuke Morita1, Masami Yoneyama2, Hiroshi Hamano2, Shogo Fukuda1, Hiroyuki Uetani3, Akira Sasao3, Takeshi Nakaura3, Seitaro Oda3, Masahiro Hatemura1, and Toshinori Hirai3
1Radiology, Kumamoto university, kumamoto-shi, Japan, 2Philips Japan, minato-ku, Japan, 3Diagnostic Radiology, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto university, kumamoto-shi, Japan
CS-Spiral T2WI was good image quality for midbrain. We used 3 sequences; CS-Spiral, conventional-Turbo Spine Echo and neuromelanin image for six healthy volunteers. In this study, we used Compressed Sensing with Sensitivity Encoding (CS-Spiral) technology for SPIRAL acquisition to perform midbrain T2WI for neurodegenerative diseases with clinically usefulness acquisition time. It is expected that parameter settings will provide more clinically useful image quality.
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