Wolfgang Ruhm

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An experimental implementation and first performance analysis of parallel spatially selective excitation with an array of transmit coils and simultaneous transmission of individual waveforms on multiple channels is presented. This technique, also known as Transmit SENSE, uses the basic idea of parallel imaging to shorten the k-space trajectories that(More)
Multidimensional spatially selective excitation (SSE) has stimulated a variety of useful applications in magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance spectroscopy, which have regained considerable interest after the recent introduction of parallel excitation. For SSE, radiofrequency pulses are designed specifically for certain time-courses of spatially(More)
This work describes the first experimental realization of three-dimensional spatially selective excitation using parallel transmission in vivo. For the design of three-dimensional parallel excitation pulses with short durations and high excitation accuracy, the choice of a suitable transmit k-space trajectory is crucial. For this reason, the characteristics(More)
With the recent proposal of using magnetic fields that are nonlinear by design for spatial encoding, new flexibility has been introduced to MR imaging. The new degrees of freedom in shaping the spatially encoding magnetic fields (SEMs) can be used to locally adapt the imaging resolution to features of the imaged object, e.g., anatomical structures, to(More)
Introduction: In-vivo MR imaging on humans and animals is often affected by flow and motion of nuclear spins causing blurring and ghosting artifacts [1]. If these moving spins are not of direct investigational interest their effects need to be suppressed or compensated efficiently. For this purpose a variety of techniques has been developed, like(More)
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