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figure B 14 was acquired in the _____plane

coronal

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figure B 14 is an example of (weighting)

T 1

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figure B 14 arrow A

trachea

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figure B 14 arrow B

aortic arch

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figure B 14 arrow C 

superior lobe of the right lung (apex)

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figure B 14 there is no signal arising from within the lunhgs because

there are not enough mobile protons in air

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figure B 14 arrow D

pulmonary artery

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figure B 14 arrow E

middle lobe of the right lung

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figure B 14 arrow F

ascending aorta

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figure B 14 arrow G

inferior lobe of right lung (base)

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figure B 14 arrow H

diaphragm

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figure B 14 arrow I

right atrium

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figure B 14 arrow J

left ventricle

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to minimize pulsitile flow motoin artifacts, cardiac images are acquired by

cardiac gating (triggering)

attach cardiac lead, monitor the cardiac cycle and time the scan or trigger from the heart beat

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figure B 15 was acquired in the _____plane

axial

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figure B 15 is an example of (weighting)

gradient echo 

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figure B 15 arrow A

pectoralis muscle

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figure B 15 arrow B

right ventricle

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figure B 15 arrow C

tricuspid valve

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figure B 15 arrow D

right atrium

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figure B 15 arrow E

left ventricle

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figure B 15 arrow F

bicuspid valve

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figure B 15 arrow G

left atrium

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figure B 15 arrow H

pulmonary artery

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figure B 15 arrow I

thoracic artery

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figure B 15 arrow J

spinal canal

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figure B 16 arrow A

right vertebral artery

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figure B 16 arrow B

right carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow C 

left common carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow D

right common carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow E

left common carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow F

left subclavian artery

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figure B 16 arrow G

inominate artery

brachiocephalic trunk

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figure B 16 arrow H

right common carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow I

superior vena cava

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figure B 16 arrow J

inominate artery

braciocephalic trunk

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figure B 16 arrow K

left common carotid artery

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figure B 16 arrow L

aortic arch

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figure B 16 arrow M

pulmonary artery

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figure B 17 arrow A

aortic arch

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the optimal view for the evaluatoin of the aortic arch include

sagittal

oblique

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figure B 17 arrow B

pulmonary artery

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figure B 17 arrow C

right lung

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figure B 17 arrow D

abdonimal aorta

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figure B 17 arrow E

liver

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figure B 17 arrow F

spleen

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figure B 17 arrow G

retroperitonneal fat

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figure B 17 arrow H

aortic arch

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figure B 17 arrow I

descending aorta

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figure B 17 arrow J

left atrium

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figure B 17 arrow K

right ventricle

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figure B 17 arrow L

abdomial aorta

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figure B 17 arrow M

superior mesenteric artery

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figure B 18 the SHORT AXIS views of the heart resemble images that are

axial to the plane of the heart muscle

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figure B 18 the LONG AXIS views of the heart resemble images that are

sagittal to the plane of the heart muscle

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figure B 18 the FOUR CHAMBER views of the heart resemble images that are

coronal to the plane of the heart muscle

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figure B 19 arrow A

ascending aorta

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figure B 19 arrow B

left pulmonary artery

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figure B 19 arrow C

right pulmonary artery

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figure B 19 arrow D

descending thoracic aorta

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figure B 19 arrow E

spinal cord

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figure B 19 arrow F

rib

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figure B 19 arrow G

spinal muscles

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figure B 19 arrow H

susceptibility artifact

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figure B 19 arrow I

bright signal from flowoing blood

ascending aorta

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figure B 19 arrow J

bright signal from flowoing blood

pulmonary artery

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figure B 19 arrow K

bright signal from flowoing CSF in the spinal canal

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figure B 19 arrow L

chimical shift artifact

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figure B 20 arrow A

nipple

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figure B 20 was acquired with (plane)

axial high resolution imaging

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figure B 20 arrow B

fatt y tissue of the breast

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figure B 20 arrow C

pectoralis muscle

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figure B 20 arrow D

right atrium of the heart

most anterior chamber of the heart

 

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figure B 20 arrow E

shading from fat saturation

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figure B 20 arrow F

neovascularity

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figure B 20 arrow G 

fatty tissue of the breast

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figure B 20 arrow H

enhancing breast lesion

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figure B 20 the following were acquired WITH fat suppressoin

2,3,4,5,7 and 8

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figure B 20 were acquired WITHOUT fat suppression

1 and 6

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figure B 21 arrow A

fatty tissue of the breast

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figure B 21 have been acquired with 

sagittal high resolution imaging

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figure B 21 arrow B

ducts and lobules

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figure B 21 arrow D

fatty tissue of the breast

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figure B 21 arrow E

enhancing breast lesion

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figure B 21 the folloiwng were acquired WITH fat suppression

3,4,5 and 6

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figure B 21 were acquired WITHOUT fat suppression

1 and 2

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figure B 22 show high resolution sagittal images of the breast in a patient with silicone implants with

silicone, water and fat suppression

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review figure B 22 images for the evaluation of sililcone implans whereby the silicone is to appear bright shoudl be acquired with the application of

fat suppression

water suppression

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review figure B 22 for the evaluation of silicone implants whereby the silicone is to appear dark should be acquired with the application of

silicone suppression