In vivo electrical conductivity imaging of a canine brain using a 3 T MREIT system.

@article{Kim2008InVE,
  title={In vivo electrical conductivity imaging of a canine brain using a 3 T MREIT system.},
  author={Hyung Joong Kim and Tong In Oh and Young Tae Kim and Byung Il Lee and Eung Je Woo and Jin Keun Seo and Soo Yeol Lee and Ohin Kwon and Chunjae Park and Byeong Teck Kang and Hee Myung Park},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 10},
  pages={1145-55}
}
Magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography (MREIT) aims at producing high-resolution cross-sectional conductivity images of an electrically conducting object such as the human body. Following numerous phantom imaging experiments, the most recent study demonstrated successful conductivity image reconstructions of postmortem canine brains using a 3 T… CONTINUE READING