MRI Sequences and Saturation Techniques

MRI Sequences and Saturation Techniques

5.5 CE Credits
Expiry date: May 1, 2023

Our MRI Sequences and Saturation Techniques course lists and identifies common pulse sequences used in MR imaging, explains how common pulse sequences work


Approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) for 5.5 Category A CE Credits
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Our MRI Sequences and Saturation Techniques course lists and identifies common pulse sequences used in MR imaging, explains how common pulse sequences work, defines basic pulse sequences based on their chronology displays and functional MRI sequences, as well as fat suppression and fluid suppression techniques, and explains various ways saturation bands are used. This course is approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) for 5.5 Category A CE Credits.

Discipline Major content category and subcategories CE Credits provided
MRI-2016 Image Production
Sequence Parameters and Options 2.75
Data Acquisition and Processing 2.75
MRI-2020 Image Production
Sequence Parameters and Options 2.75
Data Acquisition, Processing, and Storage 2.75
Section 1: Sequences
Introduction
Spin echo
Fast/turbo spin echo
SSFSE/SSTSE/Haste/RARE, FR-FSE, TSE-Restore, TSE-Drive
TSE BLADE and SE – inversion recovery
FSE-IR/TSE-IR and FLAIR
Black blood/dark blood
Gradient echo, spoiled gradient echo, and fast spoiled gradient echo
MP-RAGE/BRAVO and vibe/lava
TOF, True Fisp, Fiesta, Balanced FFE, and True-SSFP
Gradient echo with averaged echo train
4D angio (TRICKS, 4D TRAK, TWIST, DRKS)
Phase contrast
Diffusion
Summary
Section 2: Saturation Techniques
Suppression of tissue in MRI
General principle and fat suppression techniques
Inversion recovery and spectral fat saturation
SPAIR and DIXON technique
Water excitation and fluid suppression techniques
Use of saturation bands
Summary
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