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image acquisition time

the time required to acquire the data used in producing a magnetic resonance image. It does not include the time involved in constructing the image from the data. In comparing sequential plane imaging and volume imaging techniques, the equivalent image acquisition time per slice must be considered, as well as the actual image acquisition time.

image acquisition time

An MRI term for the time required to gather a complete set of image data. The total scan time for performing a scan must take into consideration the additional image reconstruction time when determining how quickly the image(s) may be viewed.
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