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As previously described, the slice selective RF pulse should be a shaped pulse. Once the RF pulse is complete, the slice selection gradient is turned off, and a phase-encoding gradient is turned on. In order to obtain an MR echo signal, a negative read gradient is switched on. Once the phase-encoding gradient has been turned off, a positive frequency-encoding gradient is turned on and an echo signal is recorded. 41. The time between the repetitions of the sequence is called the repetition time, TR.
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A ﬁeld gradient is an additional magnetic ﬁeld in the same direction as B0, whose amplitude varies linearly with position along a chosen axis. 29) Magnetic ﬁeld gradients are produced by combining the magnetic ﬁelds from two sources: the main homogeneous B0 ﬁeld, plus a smaller magnetic ﬁeld directed primarily along the z axis; such a secondary magnetic ﬁeld is produced by current-carrying coils (gradient coils). The design of a gradient coil is such that the strength of the magnetic ﬁeld produced by it varies linearly along a certain direction.
Advance image processing in magnetic resonance imaging by Luigi Landini, Vincenzo Positano, Maria Santarelli