Principles of the magnetic resonance imaging movie method for articulatory movement

@article{Yoshida2018PrinciplesOT,
  title={Principles of the magnetic resonance imaging movie method for articulatory movement},
  author={Midori Yoshida and Eiichi Honda and Erika Ozawa and Sayuri Maristela Inoue-Arai and Hiroko Ohmori and Keiji Moriyama and Tomohiko Ono and Tohru Kurabayashi and Hozumi Yoshihara and Kulthida Nunthayanon Parakonthun},
  journal={Oral Radiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={35},
  pages={91-100}
}
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become a critical tool for dental examination. MRI has many advantages over radiographic examination methods, including the lack of a requirement for patient exposure and the ability to capture high-contrast images of various tissue and organ types. However, MRI also has several limitations, including long examination times and the existence of metallic or motion artifacts. A cardiac imaging method using cine sequences was developed in the 1990s. This… CONTINUE READING

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