Foundations of advanced magnetic resonance imaging

@article{Bammer2005FoundationsOA,
  title={Foundations of advanced magnetic resonance imaging},
  author={Roland Bammer and Stefan Skare and Rexford D. Newbould and Chunlei Liu and Vincent Thijs and Stefan Ropele and David B. Clayton and Gunnar Krueger and Michael E. Moseley and Gary H. Glover},
  journal={NeuroRX},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={167-196}
}
During the past decade, major breakthroughs in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) quality were made by means of quantum leaps in scanner hardware and pulse sequences. Some advanced MRI techniques have truly revolutionized the detection of disease states and MRI can now— within a few minutes—acquire important quantitative information noninvasively from an individual in any plane or volume at comparatively high resolution. This article provides an overview of the most common advanced MRI methods… CONTINUE READING

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