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ELSEVIER Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics,Biologyand Medicine 11 (2000) 49-51 Magnetic Resonance Materials in
 

Summary: ELSEVIER Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics,Biologyand Medicine 11 (2000) 49-51
MAGMA
Magnetic Resonance Materials in
Physics, Biolog)' and Medicine
www.elsevier.com/locate/magma
Cardiovascular MRI probes for the outside in and for the inside
out
Paul A. Bottomley ~'*, Ergin Atalar ~, Ray F. Lee a, Kendrick A. Shunk b
Albert Lardo a
Dirision q/" MR Research, JHOC 4221, The Russell H. Morgan Department oJ"Radiology, Johns Hopkins University, 601 N Caroline Street,
Baltimore, MD 21287-0843, USA
b D~vision oJ Cardiology, Johns Hopkins UnirersiO,, 600 N Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA
Received 4 August 2000; accepted 4 August 2000
Kevwords: Cardiac; MRI: Coils
Proton (1H) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), is
now an established clinical diagnostic tool, and 25 years
of steady progress have reduced MRI scan-times of an
hour or more to sub-seconds: MRI fluoroscopy is feasi-
ble! Arguably, advances in MRI detector coil design are
major factors in the tremendous gains in sensitivity that

  

Source: Atalar, Ergin - Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bilkent University

 

Collections: Engineering; Biology and Medicine