Magnetic resonance imaging at ultra high field : implications for human neuroimaging.

@inproceedings{Burgess2004MagneticRI,
  title={Magnetic resonance imaging at ultra high field : implications for human neuroimaging.},
  author={Richard E. Burgess},
  year={2004}
}
Even before the development of magnetic resonance imaging, scientists and engineers repeatedly predicted that, despite the theoretical potential of high eld, physical and engineering challenges would prevent the practical realization of gains in signal to noise. Many of the arguments used to disparage high eld MRI can be divided into issues of uniform excitation, image distortion, and patient safety. In the former category lies challenges such as RF penetration limitations, dielectric… CONTINUE READING

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