Quentin Duché

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Accurate quantification of small structures in magnetic resonance (MR) images is often limited by partial volume (PV) effects which arise when more than one tissue type is present in a voxel. PV may be critical when dealing with changes in brain anatomy as the considered structures such as gray matter (GM) are of similar size as the MR spatial resolution.(More)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is commonly used as a medical iagnosis tool, especially for brain applications. Some limitations affecting image quality include receive field (RF) inhomogeneity and partial volume (PV) effects which arise when a voxel contains two different tissues, introducing blurring. The novel Magnetization-Prepared 2 Rapid Acquisition(More)
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