ADVANCED MRI APPLICATIONS
Despite that Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was introduced as aclinical imaging tool more than 25 years ago, it continues to be characterized by fast-paced technological evolution that has a profound influence on its clinical applicability. This chapter presents a few selected recent technological MRI innovations and new clinical applications.
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