Title: Implications of SENSE MR in routine clinical practice
Authors: van den Brink, Johan S ×
Watanabe, Yuji
Kuhl, Christiane K
Chung, Taylor
Muthupillai, Raja
Van Cauteren, Marc
Yamada, Kei
Dymarkowski, Steven
Bogaert, Jan
Maki, Jeff H
Matos, Celso
Casselman, Jan W
Hoogeveen, Romhild M #
Issue Date: Apr-2003
Series Title: European journal of radiology vol:46 issue:1 pages:3-27
Abstract: Sensitivity encoding (SENSE) uses multiple MRI receive coil elements to encode spatial information in addition to traditional gradient encoding. Requiring less gradient encodings translates into shorter scan times, which is extremely beneficial in many clinical applications. SENSE is available to routine diagnostic imaging for the past 2 years. This paper highlights the use of SENSE with scan time reduction factors up to 6 in contrast-enhanced MRA, routine abdominal imaging, mammography, cardiac and neuro imaging. It is shown that SENSE has opened new horizons in both routine and advanced MR imaging.
ISSN: 0720-048X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Radiology
Translational MRI (+)
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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