Magnetic resonance microwave absorption imaging: feasibility of signal detection.

  title={Magnetic resonance microwave absorption imaging: feasibility of signal detection.},
  author={Bin Bin Xie and John B. Weaver and Paul M. Meaney and Keith D. Paulsen},
  journal={Medical physics},
  volume={36 11},
PURPOSE Magnetic resonance (MR) technique was used to detect small displacements induced by localized absorption of pulsed 434 MHz microwave power as a potential method for tumor detection. METHODS Phase contrast subtraction was used to separate the phase change due to motion from thermoelastic expansion from other contributions to phase variation such as the bulk temperature rise of the medium and phase offsets from the MR scanner itself. A simple set of experiments was performed where the… CONTINUE READING

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