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With slower ﬂow spin saturation becomes more problematic. Accordingly, carotid 26 arteries are typically imaged with 3D CE-MRA in a coronal acquisition covering from aortic arch to the circle of Willis. Gadolinium eliminates the spin saturation to allow imaging of even tortuous vessels at high resolution. Ideally 2D projectional MR ﬂuoroscopy is used to watch for the arrival of gadolinium. When Gd is seen arriving in the aortic arch, 3D CE-MRA of carotids is initiated with k-space ordered so that the central portion that dominates image contrast is acquired near the beginning of the scan.
B) Signal intensity for brain tissues plotted against TE. Timing parameters for PD-weighted images From the T1 and T2 decay curves we have produced, we can also work out the best timing for a PD-weighted image. 6 (b)). The curves also tell us that we won’t have a lot of contrast between grey and white matter, but CSF will still be slightly darker and fat rather bright. 7 Sagittal PD-weighted image of the knee. 36 As you know by now, gradient-echo (GE) sequences can produce T1-, T2*- or PD-weighted images.
Relaxation times describe how long the tissue takes to get back to equilibrium after an RF pulse. T1 and T2 depend on the diﬀerent tissues (full explanations of the mechanisms are given in chapter 8). g. g. 100–150 ms). T2 is always shorter than T1 for a given tissue. Fluids have the longest T2 (700–1200 ms), while water-based tissues tend to have longer T2s than fat-based tissue (40–200 ms and 10–100 ms respectively). In general images have contrast which depends on either PD, T1 or T2. 2 Choice of TR, TE and ␣ for gradient-echo sequences Flip angle ␣ Small (less than 40°) Large (more than 50°) All this talk of RF pulses and angles will become fully apparent to you in chapter 8.