RF-induced temperature elevation along metallic wires in clinical magnetic resonance imaging: influence of diameter and length.


With the development of interventional MRI, heating of biological tissues along the metallic wires in the MRI scanner has become an important issue. To assess thermal response to RF exposure during MRI, we studied the temperature elevation near nonmagnetic metallic wires. All tests were performed on a 1.5 T clinical scanner. Four experiments were conducted… (More)


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