K-space


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K-space

In magnetic resonance imaging, the computer memory where frequency multiecho data can be stored prior to full reconstruction of the image.
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The new cardiac configuration also enables freeze-frame imaging, Differential Rate K-space Sampling (DRKS), a SPEEDER-compatible, high-resolution, time-resolved MR angiography (MRA) technique with temporal resolution as low as 0.
7's vascular imaging features including shorter TEs and TRs and PEAKS k-space ordering for increased arterial vessel conspicuity, and DWI features that eliminate the need for peripheral pulse gating.
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The other basic modification to the spin-echo sequence that can be made is to acquire multiple lines of k-space during the TE interval.
of Dayton, Ohio) introduce students and researchers to various spectral computational techniques, including k-space theory, Floquet theory, transfer matrix method, and beam propagation methods.
This updated 3rd edition adds new material including k-space, parallel imaging, cardiac MRI and MR spectroscopy.
Single echo-train is used to collect data from all lines of k-space during one TR.
The fTP+(TM) algorithm creates a hybrid image series consisting of the outer k-space data taken from the high-resolution mask image of the tissue structure and the inner k-space data taken from the rapid contrast-enhanced series containing the kinetic information that drives tissue characterization.
However, the authors go beyond the conventional concept of k-space in that their R-space is characterized by superluminal velocities, negative energies, magnetic monopoles, and electric dipoles.
This simulation will describe electrons, moving through K-space and evolving with time.