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The NMR phased array
We describe methods for simultaneously acquiring and subsequently combining data from a multitude of closely positioned NMR receiving coils. The approach is conceptually similar to phased array radarExpand
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An efficient, highly homogeneous radiofrequency coil for whole-body NMR imaging at 1.5 T
Optimisation de l'homogeneite du champ radiofrequence necessaire pour produire des sequences d'impulsions a multichocs et du rapport signal sur bruit
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Comparison of linear and circular polarization for magnetic resonance imaging
Abstract A comparison of experimental imaging results obtained with linearly polarized and circularly polarized radiofrequency excitation and reception is presented. Simulation images in goodExpand
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Multicontrast black‐blood MRI of carotid arteries: Comparison between 1.5 and 3 tesla magnetic field strengths
To compare black‐blood multicontrast carotid imaging at 3T and 1.5T and assess compatibility between morphological measurements of carotid arteries at 1.5T and 3T.
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Noise correlations in data simultaneously acquired from multiple surface coil arrays
Multiple images acquired simultaneously from an array of surface coils can be combined to give a composite image with an improved signal‐to‐noise ratio (SNR) and a large field of view. The compositeExpand
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Improvements in carotid plaque imaging using a new eight‐element phased array coil at 3T
To design and compare an eight‐channel phased array (PA) coil for carotid imaging to an established four‐channel PA design at 3T.
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Application of magnetic resonance neurography in the evaluation of patients with peripheral nerve pathology.
Currently, diagnosis and management of disorders involving nerves are generally undertaken without images of the nerves themselves. The authors evaluated whether direct nerve images obtained usingExpand
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Surface coil phased arrays for high‐resolution imaging of the carotid arteries
An MR phased‐array coil assembly was developed to obtain high‐resolution images of atherosclerotic plaques in the carotid artery. Images of volunteers and patients obtained by using alternative coilExpand
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Magnetic resonance neurography of peripheral nerve lesions in the lower extremity.
OBJECTIVE We describe the clinical application and utility of high-resolution magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) techniques to image the normal fascicular structure of peripheral nerves and itsExpand
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Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging at microscopic resolution
Abstract Resolution limits in NMR imaging are imposed by bandwidth considerations, available magnetic gradients for spatial encoding, and signal to noise. This work reports modification of a clinicalExpand
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