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NMR-Tomographie

  • N. Rupp
  • M. Reiser
  • E. Stetter
Conference paper
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Die NMR-Tomographie (NMR = „nuclear magnetic resonance“) ist ein neues bildgebendes Verfahren, welches das unterschiedliche Verhalten von Protonen in einzelnen Geweben ausnutzt, um rechnerunterstützte Schnittbilder des menschlichen Körpers zu erzielen.

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  • N. Rupp
  • M. Reiser
  • E. Stetter

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