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Assessment of the Quality of Breast MR Imaging Using the Modified Dixon Method and Frequency-Selective Fat Suppression: A Phantom Study.

Assessment of the Quality of Breast MR Imaging Using the Modified Dixon Method and Frequency-Selective Fat Suppression: A Phantom Study.
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Takatsu Y, Kyotani K, Ueyama T, Miyati T, Yamamura K, Andou A,


Takatsu Y, Kyotani K, Ueyama T, Miyati T, Yamamura K, Andou A, (click to view)

Takatsu Y, Kyotani K, Ueyama T, Miyati T, Yamamura K, Andou A,

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Magnetic resonance in medical sciences : MRMS : an official journal of Japan Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 2018 01 30() doi 10.2463/mrms.tn.2017-0144
Abstract

To obtain objective and concrete data by physically assessing the quality of breast magnetic resonance images based on the fat-suppression effect by the modified Dixon method (mDixon) and frequency-selective fat suppression (e-Thrive) using an original lipid-content breast phantom that could easily reveal the influence of non-uniform fat suppression in breast magnetic resonance imaging. The fat-suppression uniformity was approximately seven times superior when using mDixon compared with when using e-Thrive. mDixon appears to have a significant advantage.

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