3.0-T morphological and angiographic brain imaging: a 5-years experience

@article{Scarabino200730TMA,
  title={3.0-T morphological and angiographic brain imaging: a 5-years experience},
  author={Tommaso Scarabino and Teresa Popolizio and Giuseppe Maria Giannatempo and Francesco Nemore and Alberto Maiorana and Alessandro Carriero and Domenico Messana and Alberto Maggialetti and Michele Armillotta and Ugo Salvolini},
  journal={La radiologia medica},
  year={2007},
  volume={112},
  pages={82-96}
}
Ever since the introduction of magnetic resonance (MR), imaging with 1.5 Tesla (T) has been considered the gold standard for the study of all areas of the body. Until not long ago, higher-field MR equipment was exclusively employed for research, not for clinical use. More recently, the introduction of 3.0-T MR machines for new and more sophisticated clinical applications has resulted in important benefits, especially in neuroradiology. Indeed, their high gradient power and field intensity (3.0… CONTINUE READING

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