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Fig. 3

From: T2 mapping in myocardial disease: a comprehensive review

Fig. 3

T2 Mapping in a Patient with no Evidence of Myocardial Edema/Inflammation. Short axis (Panel A1A3) and long axis T2 maps (Panel B1B3). Focal T2 time prolongation in the mid anteroseptal wall on the map acquired during diastole (Panel A2; black arrow), most likely caused by partial volume artifact, is no longer present on the map acquired during systole (Panel A3). A1—basal short axis view; A2—midmyocardial short axis view acquired during diastole; A3—midmyocardial short axis view acquired during systole; B1—horizontal long axis view; B2—three-chamber view; B3—vertical long axis view. T2-prepared bSSFP pulse sequence with the use of rectangular T2 preparation pulse utilized to acquire T2 short axis (SAx) map during diastole (Panel A2) and with adiabatic T2 preparation pulse to acquire long axis and SAx T2 maps during systole (Panel A1, A3, B1–B3)(1.5 T MAGNETOM Sola, Siemens Healthineers)

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