Sagittal, coronal and axial fat-suppressed proton density
, coronal T1, sagittal fat-suppressed 3-D DESS sequences were performed using a 3 Tesla magnet.
The measured proton density
across each depth profile for each TPC suggests differences in polymer chain packing and/or chemical composition.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the right knee demonstrated enlargement of the tibial nerve beginning at the distal thigh and extending into the popliteal fossa as seen on the axial fat-saturated proton density
images (Figure 1).
3 is a sagittal proton density
(PD) fat-saturated image of the right knee.
Don't just rely on the sagittal T2, but try variations like proton density
or Short Tau Inversion Recovery (STIR).