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John Andrew Derbyshire, Daniel Alfredo Herzka, Elliot R McVeigh: Spectrally selective suppression with steady-state free precession. United States of America represented by the Secretary Department of Health and Human Services, Woodcock Washburn, August 7, 2007: US07253620 (25 worldwide citation)

A method that exploits the intrinsic selectivity of steady-state free precession (SSFP) to perform spectral suppression is disclosed. Such a method avoids the need to incorporate additional spectrally selective pulse sequence elements. The scheme is based on breaking the FISP imaging sequence into s ...


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John Andrew Derbyshire, Daniel Alfredo Herzka, Elliot R McVeigh: Spectrally selective suppression with steady-state free precession. The United States of America represented by the Department of Health and Human Services, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, Peter F Corless, Christine C O Day, February 1, 2011: US07880466 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for fat-suppressed imaging is disclosed. Such a method may include storing a first spectral component of an echo signal formed at TR/2 from a sample, suppressing a second spectral component of the echo signal at TR/2, re-exciting the stored spectral component after suppressing the second sp ...


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John Andrew Derbyshire, Daniel Alfredo Herzka, Elliot R McVeigh: Spectrally selective suppression with steady-state free precession. The Government of the United States of America Represented By the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services, Woodcock Washburn, September 27, 2007: US20070225591-A1

A method for fat-suppressed imaging is disclosed. Such a method may include storing a first spectral component of an echo signal formed at TR/2 from a sample, suppressing a second spectral component of the echo signal at TR/2, re-exciting the stored spectral component after suppressing the second sp ...


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SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FAST INTERRUPTED STEADY-STATE (FISS) MRI. January 24, 2019: US20190025396-A1

A system and method for controlling a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system to create magnetic resonance (MR) angiograms of a subject. The method includes controlling the MRI system to acquire MR data by performing a pulse sequence that includes at least one set of modules formed by a first α/2 mo ...