3D MRI and angiography of human extremities using a local gradient coil

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The limits of the spatial resolution achievable on a standard GE Signa 1.5-T imaging machine have been explored by interfacing a 12-cm-diameter local gradient set to such a system. Using a range of purpose-built radio-frequency (RF) coils, 3D gradient echo images with a spatial resolution of 100×100×500 µ have been routinely obtained on the finger. Also… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01705298

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@article{Gibbs20053DMA, title={3D MRI and angiography of human extremities using a local gradient coil}, author={Peter Gibbs and SJ. Blackband and B. O'Connor and Joseph S. Schoeniger and I. Chakrabarti and David L. Buckley and Anthony Horsman}, journal={Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine}, year={2005}, volume={2}, pages={461-465} }