Modified time repetition (TR) values’ impact on the clarity of FLAIR sequence pictures in the white matter of multiple sclerosis MS patients
جنان حسين طه
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The discovery and development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have completely changed how multiple sclerosis (MS) is diagnosed and treated. Image quality has improved as a result of the development of higher Tesla magnets and rapid fluid-attenuated inversion recovery methods. Additionally, new applications have begun to develop, including as three- and four-dimensional methods: functional MRI, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, atrophy measurements, and magnetization transfer ratio imaging. The use of MRI in the context of MS clinical trials has been governed by recently released official guidelines. Additionally, the new McDonald criteria include MRI, allowing for quick diagnosis of MS and timely treatments, and improving patient outcomes. This study attempts to obtain the best image quality for multiple sclerosis patients, who may be affected by some probable artifacts, by examining the diagnostic quality of time repetition (TR) and physical parameters of FLAIR sequences in MRI image.

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