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Abstract #1480

Ultrafast in vivo imaging by SPatiotemporal ENcoding (SPEN) for Bruker MRI systems

Tangi Roussel 1 and Lucio Frydman 1

1 Department of Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Since 2010, ultrafast NMR is applied for MRI giving birth to several ultrafast single-shot SPatio-temporally ENcoded (SPEN) imaging sequences. Besides important scan time reduction, SPEN experiments are especially robust regarding high-field artifacts such as B0 inhomogeneities and susceptibility effects. Zooming abilities are also built-in into this kind of experiments. In this paper, we present a SPEN method developed for Bruker MRI systems. The method includes single-shot single-slice, multi-slice SPEN and RASER sequencing options; all with an online reconstruction and fully integrated in Bruker Paravision as a method.

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