Preliminary experimental results in humans and animals with a superconducting, whole-body, nuclear magnetic resonance scanner.

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In order to determine the clinical usefulness of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging, the investigators examined a variety of normal volunteers, patients with neoplastic lesions, and experimental animals. Preliminary results were obtained with the use of potential contrast agents. It was found that imaging applications of NMR in the vascular system… (More)

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@article{Alfidi1982PreliminaryER, title={Preliminary experimental results in humans and animals with a superconducting, whole-body, nuclear magnetic resonance scanner.}, author={R. J. Alfidi and Jennifer Haaga and S J El-Yousef and Peter Bryan and Barry D. Fletcher and Justine Lipuma and Stuart Morrison and Bella Kaufman and Jacob Richey and W. S. Hinshaw and Daniela Kramer and H. Yeung and A. M. Cohen and Hailly E. Butler and Andrea E Ament and Jay M Lieberman}, journal={Radiology}, year={1982}, volume={143 1}, pages={175-81} }