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Magn Reson Med. 1996 Nov;36(5):796-9.

Another interpretation of burst imaging as a variation of line projection imaging.

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Department of Internal Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan.


Burst imaging and DUFIS realize fast imaging without rapid switching of magnetic field gradients. In this paper, some new aspects of burst imaging are explored. Interestingly, when one-dimensional Fourier transform is applied, Burst imaging becomes similar to line projection scanning, a concept proposed earlier by Mansfield and Maudsley (P. Mansfield, A. A. Maudsley, Planar spin imaging by NMR. J. Magn. Reson. 27, 101-119 (1977)). The line scanning interpretation is applied to two-dimensional Burst imaging, and the relationship between its two-dimensional k-space trajectory and line scanning interpretation is discussed.

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