Ferrohydrodynamic relaxometry for magnetic particle imaging

@inproceedings{Goodwill2011FerrohydrodynamicRF,
  title={Ferrohydrodynamic relaxometry for magnetic particle imaging},
  author={Patrick W. Goodwill and Arbi Tamrazian and Laura R. Croft and Chen D. Lu and Ethan M Johnson and Rohit Pidaparthi and R. M. Ferguson and Amit P. Khandhar and Kannan M. Krishnan and Steven M. Conolly},
  year={2011}
}
The ferrohydrodynamic properties of magnetic nanoparticles govern resolution and signal strength in magnetic particle imaging (MPI), a medical imaging modality with applications in small animals and humans. Here, we discuss the development and key results of a magnetic particle relaxometer that measures the core diameter and relaxation constant of magnetic nanoparticles. This instrument enables us to directly measure the one-dimensional MPI point spread function. To elucidate our results, we… CONTINUE READING

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