(SE) T1A, PDA, and fast spin echo
(FSE) T2A slices on sagittal plane and then SE T1A, PDA and FSE T2A slices on coronal plane were obtained.
Brain MRI protocol including axial T2-weighted turbo spin echo
(TR:3600, TE:87 ms; slice thickness 5 mm; gap 1.5 mm) and sagittal T2-weighted spin echo
(TR:3600, TE: 87 ms; slice thickness 5 mm; gap 1.5 mm) was used.
This protocol used Dixon based imaging for fat suppression with both series, where T2-weighted images were acquired using a fast spin echo
(FSE) triple echo Dixon sequence (37) and T1-weighted images were acquired using a dual-echo fast spoiled gradient echo (FSPGR) sequence (38).
The ACL is best visualized with a turbo spin echo
(TSE) sagittal intermediate weighted sequence and axial intermediate weighted with fat-suppression sequence.
The standardized protocols consist of the following scanning sequences: sagittal T1-weighted spin echo
, axial T2-weighted fast spin echo
, coronal oblique fast fluid-attenuated inversion recovery, coronal oblique fast multiplanar inversion recovery, axial diffusion (single-shot, spin echo
planar), b = 1000, all directions), and axial three-dimensional spoiled gradient recalled echo.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of T2-weighted turbo spin echo
magnetic resonance imaging for diagnosing SSCD and to compare the size of dehiscence between CT imaging and MRI.
Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with sagittal T2 fast spin echo
(FSE), axial T2 FSE, axial T1 fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) and coronal T2 FLAIR sequences were performed.
This is a spin echo
sequence also referred to as black blood imaging.
Penn, "Full-brain T1 mapping through inversion recovery fast spin echo
imaging with time-efficient slice ordering," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol.
Pulse sequences being considered consisted of spin echo
(SE), gradient echo (GRE), spoiled gradient echo (SP-GRE), inversion recovery spin echo
(IR-SE), and inversion recovery gradient echo (IR-GRE).
MRI showed that the osteolytic mass filling the proximal femur was hypointense on spin echo
T1-weighted images, and slightly hyperintense on spin echo
T2-weighted images, which represented a few small bright foci.