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Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Yi Wang
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This text provides a contemporary (2016) introduction to fundamental concepts of MRI and connects them to the latest developments. It contains three parts: I. Section the body into voxels. Part I... More > describes the Fourier encoding using the gradient field in magnetic resonance, and k-space sampling. II. What’s in a voxel? Part II examines the effects of the biophysical processes in a voxel on MRI signal. A unified distributional evaluation of the phase factor in a voxel and intuitive biophysical models are developed for MRI signal dependence on spin fluctuation in a thermal microenvironment (T1/T2 relaxation (cellularity)), micro- and macro physiological motion (diffusion, perfusion, flow and biomechanical motion (vascularity)), and molecular electron response to the B_0 field (magnetic susceptibility and chemical shift (biomolecularity)). III. How to operate MRI? Part III describes MRI safety issues, hardware including RF coils for parallel imaging, software, MRI scanning, and routine MRI protocols.< Less
Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Homework Help Classof1
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has developed into one of the most versatile techniques in clinical imaging and biomedical research by providing non-invasively high resolution, three-dimensional... More > anatomical and contrast-enhanced images of living tissue. The two most common groups of contrast-enhancing agents are gadolinium-based complexes and magnetic nanoparticles.< Less
Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Dwight Nishimura
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This book presents the basic principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), focusing on image formation, image content, and performance considerations. Emphasis is on the signal processing elements... More > of MRI, particularly the Fourier transform relationships. Although developed as a teaching text for an electrical engineering course at Stanford University, the material should be accessible to those from other technical fields. The primary chapters (Chapters 1-7) cover the foundational material while the latter chapters (Chapters 8-11) provide brief overviews of extensions and selected topics. Also available in paperback.< Less
Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Dwight Nishimura
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This book presents the basic principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), focusing on image formation, image content, and performance considerations. Emphasis is on the signal processing elements... More > of MRI, particularly the Fourier transform relationships. Although developed as a teaching text for an electrical engineering course at Stanford University, the material should be accessible to those from other technical fields. The primary chapters (Chapters 1-7) cover the foundational material while the latter chapters (Chapters 8-11) provide brief overviews of extensions and selected topics. Also available in hardcover.< Less
MEG, EEG and the integration with Magnetic Resonance Images By Harm-Jan Wieringa
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Ph.D thesis on combining different technologies to improve results. Techniques include MEG, EEG, MRI, PET. Different aspects are discussed.
MEG, EEG and the integration with Magnetic Resonance Images By Harm-Jan Wieringa
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Ph.D thesis on combining different technologies to improve results. Techniques include MEG, EEG, MRI, PET. Different aspects are discussed.
Using Novel Pulse Sequences for Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Phosphorus-31 in Hard and Soft Solids By Merideth Frey
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In this thesis work, I use the quadratic echo line-narrowing pulse sequence to take the highest resolution magnetic resonance images of P-31 in hard and soft solids using a conventional animal MRI... More > system. I also discuss strategies to accelerate the imaging speed by making use of sparse MRI techniques as well as a new algorithm developed in our lab to do fast and accurate image reconstruction from sparse data. For future work, I propose ways to enhance spatial resolution and speed up imaging as well as discuss the potential applications of this work to a wider range of scientific problems.< Less
Using Novel Pulse Sequences for Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Phosphorus-31 in Hard and Soft Solids By Merideth Frey
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In this work, I use the quadratic echo line-narrowing pulse sequence to take the highest resolution MR images of P-31 in hard and soft solids using a conventional animal MRI system. I also discuss... More > strategies to accelerate the imaging speed by making use of sparse MRI techniques as well as a new algorithm developed in our lab to do fast and accurate image reconstruction from sparse data. For future work, I propose ways to enhance spatial resolution and speed up imaging as well as discuss the potential applications of this work to a wider range of scientific problems.< Less
Using Novel Pulse Sequences for Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Phosphorus-31 in Hard and Soft Solids By Merideth Frey
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In this work, I use the quadratic echo line-narrowing pulse sequence to take the highest resolution MR images of P-31 in hard and soft solids using a conventional animal MRI system. I also discuss... More > strategies to accelerate the imaging speed by making use of sparse MRI techniques as well as a new algorithm developed in our lab to do fast and accurate image reconstruction from sparse data. For future work, I propose ways to enhance spatial resolution and speed up imaging as well as discuss the potential applications of this work to a wider range of scientific problems.< Less