In vivo O-Space imaging with a dedicated 12 cm Z2 insert coil on a human 3T scanner using phase map calibration.

@article{Stockmann2013InVO,
  title={In vivo O-Space imaging with a dedicated 12 cm Z2 insert coil on a human 3T scanner using phase map calibration.},
  author={Jason P. Stockmann and Gigi Galiana and Leo Tam and Christoph Juchem and Terence W. Nixon and R Todd Constable},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={444-55}
}
Recently, spatial encoding with nonlinear magnetic fields has drawn attention for its potential to achieve faster gradient switching within safety limits, tailored resolution in regions of interest, and improved parallel imaging using encoding fields that complement the sensitivity profiles of radio frequency receive arrays. Proposed methods can broadly be divided into those that use phase encoding (Cartesian-trajectory PatLoc and COGNAC) and those that acquire nonlinear projections (O-Space… CONTINUE READING

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