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tellurium

 [tĕ-lu´re-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 52, atomic weight 127.60, symbol Te. (See Appendix 6.)

TE

In magnetic resonance spin echo pulse sequences, the time to echo, when the magnetization signal is sampled.

TE

Abbreviation for Terminologia Embryologica.

Te

Symbol for tellurium.

Te

tellurium.

Te

symbol for the element tellurium.

TE

An MRI term for time (measured in milliseconds) between the application of the 90° pulse and the peak of the echo signal in spin echo and inversion recovery pulse sequences.

TE

1. Thromboembolic.
2. Total estrogen.
3. Tracheoesophageal.

TE

In magnetic resonance spin-echo pulse sequences, the time to echo, when the magnetization signal is sampled.

Te

1. electrodiagnosis Abbreviation denoting tetanic contraction.
2. Symbol for tellurium

TE,

n triple burner channel; an acupuncture channel that runs from the hand to the face along the median surface of the arm and associated with the pericardium (PC) channel. See also PC, sanjiao, and triple burner.

Te

chemical symbol, tellurium.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the spectroscopy literature, the most commonly used echo times are 144 msec and 270 msec.
5T leading to reduced contrast resolution on traditional (short TR, short echo time [TE]) spin-echo (SE) acquisitions.
Comparison between sequences using short and long echo times.
Magnets with a gantry opening of at least 70 cm, and a maximum gradient amplitude of up to 33 mT / m per axis and a maximum slew rate of up to 120 mT / m / ms per axis shortest echo times.
Its high-performance magnet boasts high homogeneity and low cyrogen boil-off, while the gradient system's high peak strength and 150 T/m/sec slew rate allow the user to select short echo times, small fields-of-view, high matrices and thin slices.