Fluid attenuation inversion recovery (FLAIR) is a special inversion recovery sequence with long T1 to remove the effects of fluid from the resulting images.
The T1 time of the FLAIR pulse sequence is adjusted to the relaxation time of the component that should be suppressed. For fluid suppression the inversion time (long T1) is set to the zero crossing point of fluid, resulting in the signal being ‘erased’.
This type of sequence is particularly useful in the detection of subtle changes at the periphery of the hemispheres and in the periventricular region close to CSF.
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