Introducing Dynamic Multi-exponential T 2-Relaxation for Studying Muscle Pattern and Activation in the Human

@inproceedings{Mdler2011IntroducingDM,
  title={Introducing Dynamic Multi-exponential T 2-Relaxation for Studying Muscle Pattern and Activation in the Human},
  author={Burkhard M{\"a}dler and J{\"u}rgen Gieseke and Volker Arnd Coenen},
  year={2011}
}
Introduction: MR Studies of skeletal muscle, their composition, physiological and patho-physiological responses to exercise have gained increased popularity with recent advances in MRI and have become an interesting complementary technique in addition to the direct measures of muscle activity, e.g. electromyography EMG. MRI is particularly useful for… CONTINUE READING