Turbo Spin Echo (TSE) is a sequence of choice for obtaining T(2)-weighted images. TSE reduces acquisition time by acquiring several echoes within each TR, at the cost of introducing an exponential weighting in the k-space that leads to a certain image blurring. This is particularly important for short-T(2) structures, which can even disappear if their size in the phase encoding direction is comparable to the degree of blurring. This article suggests the use of a combination of Half Fourier (HF) and segmented (multishot) TSE (sHF-TSE) to recover the original resolution of the SE images. The improved symmetry of the dataset achieved by HF reconstruction is used to increase the resolution of the TSE images. The proposed combination, available in most clinical scanners, reduces the blurring artifact inherent to the TSE sequence without increasing the scan time or the number of acquisitions, but at the cost of a slight reduction of the signal-to-noise ratios (SNR). Qualitative and quantitative results are presented using both numerical simulation and imaging. Significant edge enhancement has been achieved for structures with short T(2), (narrowing of the full width at half maximum [FWHM] up to 45%). The proposed sequence is more sensitive to movement artifacts but has proven to be superior to the conventional TSE for imaging static structures.