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Markus Weiger, Klaas P. Pruessmann, Anna-Katinka Bracher, Sascha Köhler, Volker Lehmann, Uwe Wolfram, Franciszek Hennel and Volker Rasche High-resolution ZTE imaging of human teeth NMR in Biomedicine 25

Article first published online: 31 JAN 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/nbm.2783

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MRI with zero echo time (ZTE) was implemented for efficient, robust, and silent high-resolution 3D imaging of short-T2 samples. The technique was applied for MRI of extracted human teeth, yielding detailed depictions with very good delineation of the mineralised layers. ZTE results were compared with UTE (ultra-short echo time) MRI, revealing significant differences in SNR and CNR yield. Compared to micro-computed tomography, ZTE MRI indicates to offer superior sensitivity for the detection of early demineralisation and caries lesions.

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