MRT Imaging of Time Dependent Processes
The importance of MRT for clinical and biological applications has increased rapidly in the last decade. Improved hardware of MR tomographs together with new imaging techniques have lead to a wide use in many investigations. In the last few years research has focused especially on fast MR and on high resolution (MR microscopy) imaging techniques.
KeywordsEcho Planar Imaging Inversion Pulse Fast Imaging Technique High Pixel Resolution Snapshot Flash
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