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Two approaches to high-resolution SENSE-encoded magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) of the human brain at 7 Tesla (T) with whole-slice coverage are described. Both sequences use high-bandwidth radiofrequency pulses to reduce chemical shift displacement artifacts, SENSE-encoding to reduce scan time, and dual-band water and lipid suppression optimized for 7T. Simultaneous B 0 and transmit B 1 mapping was also used for both sequences to optimize field homogeneity using high orderdoi:10.1002/mrm.24357 pmid:22692894 pmcid:PMC3443531 fatcat:szbpfujfwnaxrf6pmbtj2j5xty