Daniel Schmidig

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Magnetic resonance imaging techniques have literally revolutionized neuroimaging with an unprecedented ability to explore tissue structure and function. Over the last three decades, the sensitivity and array of imaging techniques available have improved providing ever finer structural information and more sensitive functional techniques. Among these(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is now a leading diagnostic technique. As technology has improved, so has the spatial resolution achievable. In 1986 MR microscopy (MRM) was demonstrated with resolutions in the tens of micrometers, and is now an established subset of MRI with broad utility in biological and non-biological applications. To date, only large(More)
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