Real‐time MRI at a resolution of 20 ms

  title={Real‐time MRI at a resolution of 20 ms},
  author={M. Uecker and S. Zhang and D. Voit and A. Karaus and K. Merboldt and J. Frahm},
  journal={NMR in Biomedicine},
  • M. Uecker, S. Zhang, +3 authors J. Frahm
  • Published 2010
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • NMR in Biomedicine
  • The desire to visualize noninvasively physiological processes at high temporal resolution has been a driving force for the development of MRI since its inception in 1973. In this article, we describe a unique method for real‐time MRI that reduces image acquisition times to only 20 ms. Although approaching the ultimate limit of MRI technology, the method yields high image quality in terms of spatial resolution, signal‐to‐noise ratio and the absence of artifacts. As proposed previously, a fast… CONTINUE READING
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