Whole-body imaging at 7T: preliminary results.

@article{Vaughan2009WholebodyIA,
  title={Whole-body imaging at 7T: preliminary results.},
  author={J. Thomas Vaughan and Carl J. Snyder and Lance DelaBarre and Patrick J. Bolan and Jinfeng Tian and Lizann Bolinger and Gregor Adriany and Peter Andersen and John Strupp and Kamil Ugurbil},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={244-8}
}
The objective of this study was to investigate the feasibility of whole-body imaging at 7T. To achieve this objective, new technology and methods were developed. Radio frequency (RF) field distribution and specific absorption rate (SAR) were first explored through numerical modeling. A body coil was then designed and built. Multichannel transmit and receive coils were also developed and implemented. With this new technology in hand, an imaging survey of the "landscape" of the human body at 7T… CONTINUE READING

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