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Figure 3: A comparison between SHeath signal increased with INKed rest-tissue RARE imaging, short-term inversion recovery turbo spin-echo and diffusion-weighted imaging with background signal suppression image quality based on grading at various anatomical regions of the brachial plexus. The bars indicate the number of cases where a particular anatomical region has obtained a high score of 3 on 4 (“good” to “excellent” visualization)

Figure 3: A comparison between SHeath signal increased with INKed rest-tissue RARE imaging, short-term inversion recovery turbo spin-echo and diffusion-weighted imaging with background signal suppression image quality based on grading at various anatomical regions of the brachial plexus. The bars indicate the number of cases where a particular anatomical region has obtained a high score of 3 on 4 (“good” to “excellent” visualization)