SQUID-detected microtesla MRI in the presence of metal.

@article{Moessle2006SQUIDdetectedMM,
  title={SQUID-detected microtesla MRI in the presence of metal.},
  author={Michael Moessle and Song-I Han and Whittier R Myers and Seung-Kyun Lee and Nathan Dean Kelso and Michael J. Hatridge and Alexander Pines and John Clarke},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},
  year={2006},
  volume={179 1},
  pages={
          146-51
        }
}
In magnetic resonance imaging performed at fields of 1 T and above, the presence of a metal insert can distort the image because of susceptibility differences within the sample and modification of the radiofrequency fields by screening currents. Furthermore, it is not feasible to perform nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy or acquire a magnetic resonance image if the sample is enclosed in a metal container. Both problems can be overcome by substantially lowering the NMR frequency… CONTINUE READING

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