Algebraic reconstruction for magnetic resonance imaging under B/sub 0/ inhomogeneity


In magnetic resonance imaging, spatial localization is usually achieved using Fourier encoding which is realized by applying a magnetic field gradient along the dimension of interest to create a linear correspondence between the resonance frequency and spatial location following the Larmor equation. In the presence of B/sub 0/ inhomogeneities along this… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/42.712126

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