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What does GRE stand for?
GRE stands for Gradient Echo (magnetic resonance)
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Balanced gradient echo techniques have the added benefit of creating "white blood" noncontrast MR angiographic images.
But it's the first time in history images have been stored in a non-solid and then played back - and the paper's title, 'Temporally Multiplexed Storage of Images in a Gradient Echo Memory', inspired a YouTube tribute.
The abnormality is demonstrated on the gradient echo images (GRE) where punctate foci of low signal are noted in the white matter of the right frontal lobe and in the superior aspect of the right parietal lobe.
Some methods examined include ultrasound perfusion imaging in acute ischemic stroke, computed tomography, and diffusion/perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in acute stroke, as well as other MR imaging methods such as FLAIR/T2 and gradient echo.
The gradient echo sequence (GRE) best demonstrates the haemosiderin deposition on the surface of the brain1 and should prompt one to search for the cause of haemorrhage in order to prevent the irreversible neurotoxic effects on the underlying cortex.
The second presentation, entitled, "Cross Validation of Fused Spoiled Gradient Echo -- Gradient Echo (SPGR-GRE) T2* MRI at 1.
Di Girolamo and colleagues worked around this during dynamic MRI studies by performing T1-weighted spoiled 3D gradient echo acquisitions on the sagittal plane with a sanitary towel placed under the patient during micturition.