Whole‐body MRI‐based fat quantification: A comparison to air displacement plethysmography

@article{Ludwig2014WholebodyMF,
  title={Whole‐body MRI‐based fat quantification: A comparison to air displacement plethysmography},
  author={Ute Ludwig and Florian Klausmann and Sandra Baumann and Matthias Honal and Jan‐Bernd H{\"o}vener and Daniel K{\"o}nig and Peter Deibert and Martin B{\"u}chert},
  journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
  year={2014},
  volume={40}
}
To demonstrate the feasibility of an algorithm for MRI whole‐body quantification of internal and subcutaneous fat and quantitative comparison of total adipose tissue to air displacement plethysmography (ADP). 
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