FLAIR


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FLAIR

Acronym for fluid attenuated inversion recovery; this term is always used in acronymic form. In MRI, a type of inversion recovery in which the signal from water is reduced by timing the delay of the inversion pulse.
See also: short TI inversion recovery.

FLAIR

Abbreviation for:
Fluid Attenuated Inversion Recovery (see there)
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