Quantitative methods in high field MRI
Mougin, Olivier (2010) Quantitative methods in high field MRI. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
The increased signal-to-noise ratio available at high magnetic ﬁeld makes possible the acquisition of clinically useful MR images either at higher resolution or for quantitative methods. The work in this thesis is focused on the development of quantitative imaging methods used to overcome difﬁculties due to high ﬁeld MRI systems (> 3T). The protocols developed and presented here have been tested on various studies aiming at discriminating tissues based on their NMR properties.
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