Magnetic particle imaging: introduction to imaging and hardware realization.

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Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is a recently invented tomographic imaging method that quantitatively measures the spatial distribution of a tracer based on magnetic nanoparticles. The new modality promises a high sensitivity and high spatial as well as temporal resolution. There is a high potential of MPI to improve interventional and image-guided surgical… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.zemedi.2012.07.004

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@article{Buzug2012MagneticPI, title={Magnetic particle imaging: introduction to imaging and hardware realization.}, author={Thorsten M. Buzug and Gael Bringout and Marlitt Erbe and Ksenija Gr{\"a}fe and Matthias Graeser and Mandy Gr{\"u}ttner and Aleksi Halkola and Timo Sattel and Wiebke Tenner and Hanne Wojtczyk and Julian Haegele and Florian M. Vogt and J{\"o}rg Barkhausen and Kerstin L{\"u}dtke-Buzug}, journal={Zeitschrift fur medizinische Physik}, year={2012}, volume={22 4}, pages={323-34} }