Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the human brain.

@article{Ross2001MagneticRS,
  title={Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the human brain.},
  author={Brian D. Ross and Stefan Bluml},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={2001},
  volume={265 2},
  pages={54-84}
}
Magnetic resonance (MR; synonymous with NMR = nuclear magnetic resonance) is a universal physical technique best known for non-invasive detection and anatomical mapping of water protons (H). MR-spectroscopy (MRS) records protons from tissue chemicals other than water, intrinsic phosphorus containing metabolites, sodium, potassium, carbon, nitrogen, and fluorine. MRS is therefore an imaging technique with the potential to record human and animal biochemistry in vivo. As a result of wide… CONTINUE READING
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