planos axilares FLAIR T2, doble eco FSE coronal, SE sagittal

English translation: axial FLAIR T2, coronal dual echo FSE, sagittal T1 SE

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Spanish term or phrase:planos axilares FLAIR T2, doble eco FSE coronal, SE sagittal
English translation:axial FLAIR T2, coronal dual echo FSE, sagittal T1 SE
Entered by: fmatteoda

06:10 Apr 11, 2005
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Medical - Medical (general) / MRI terminology
Spanish term or phrase: planos axilares FLAIR T2, doble eco FSE coronal, SE sagittal
I think I have worked out the translation of each term, but I am not sure which order to put it in.
The whole sentence says: "se realiza RM 1.5 con planos axilares FLAIR T", T1, doble eco FSE coronal, SE sagital T1 y RM ponderada en difusión". I have translated this as: "MRI is performed with a 1.5 T imaging unit with axial slices FLAIR, T2, T1, double echo, FSE, sagittal T1 and diffusion-weighted MRI" but I have the feeling that the words in the second part of the sentence are in the wrong order. Could anyone be so kind as to confirm or correct this?
fmatteoda
Spain
Local time: 00:46
axial FLAIR T2, coronal dual echo FSE, sagittal T1 SE
Explanation:
"TECHNIQUE: Sagittal T1, axial FLAIR T2 and coronal T2 images from the base of the skull to the high convexity were obtained." (http://www.webmasons.net/carl/imaging_results.htm)

"The oblique coronal dual-echo T2- weighted images were evaluated by two of the authors independently" (http://www.ajronline.org/cgi/content/abstract/168/6/1519)

"Post-contrast whole spine sagittal T1 SE" (http://www.bspr.org.uk/mricns.htm)

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Note added at 2 hrs 56 mins (2005-04-11 09:07:16 GMT)
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\"Methods: MR studies of 4 children, diagnosed to have GA I via cultured fibroblast enzyme studies or urine metabolite assays, were performed on a 1.5 T system in the axial plane using spin echo T1-weighted, fast spin echo T2-weighted, and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) technique. Three of 4 patients were followed with serial exams to document temporal evolution of the disease.\" (http://www.investigativeradiology.com/pt/re/invrad/abstract....
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axial FLAIR T2, coronal dual echo FSE, sagittal T1 SE


Explanation:
"TECHNIQUE: Sagittal T1, axial FLAIR T2 and coronal T2 images from the base of the skull to the high convexity were obtained." (http://www.webmasons.net/carl/imaging_results.htm)

"The oblique coronal dual-echo T2- weighted images were evaluated by two of the authors independently" (http://www.ajronline.org/cgi/content/abstract/168/6/1519)

"Post-contrast whole spine sagittal T1 SE" (http://www.bspr.org.uk/mricns.htm)

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Note added at 2 hrs 56 mins (2005-04-11 09:07:16 GMT)
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\"Methods: MR studies of 4 children, diagnosed to have GA I via cultured fibroblast enzyme studies or urine metabolite assays, were performed on a 1.5 T system in the axial plane using spin echo T1-weighted, fast spin echo T2-weighted, and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) technique. Three of 4 patients were followed with serial exams to document temporal evolution of the disease.\" (http://www.investigativeradiology.com/pt/re/invrad/abstract....

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