In vivo imaging of the rat anatomy with nuclear magnetic resonance.

@article{Hansen1980InVI,
  title={In vivo imaging of the rat anatomy with nuclear magnetic resonance.},
  author={Gary Hansen and Lawrence E. Crooks and Peter L. Davis and Jan de Groot and Robert Herfkens and Alexander R. Margulis and Clare Gooding and Lauren Kaufman and John C. Hoenninger and Masayuki Arakawa and R McRee and Ja Watts},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={136 3},
  pages={
          695-700
        }
}
Live rats were imaged by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). These images demonstrated fine detail and high object contrast. Motion artifacts are not apparent in 4-minute images, and major blood vessels are demonstrated as regions of low signal intensity because of blood flow. Selective contrast enhancement is possible by varying NMR imager accumulation parameters. 

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