relaxometry


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relaxometry

(rē-lăk-sŏm′ĕ-trē) [″ + ″]
In magnetic resonance imaging, the measurement of the time it takes for excited nuclei to return to their basal state.
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This edition has new chapters on general MR safety, contrast safety, MR elastography, MR relaxometry, and motion correction; 100 new board-style questions in a separate chapter; and discussion of susceptibility-weighted imaging, including other potential spin-off uses beyond hemorrhage detection.
differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and tensile testing, and an unconventional technique, relaxometry for determining proton spin-lattice relaxation time ([T.
et al [11] studied 40 patients to evaluate and compare T2 relaxometry and volumetrics of hippocampus in presurgical evaluation of patient with intractable temporal lobe epilepsy and revealed hippocampal volume asymmetry could be reliably detected on visual inspection of the MRI with hippocampal volume ratio of 0.
Renshaw, "Functional deficits in basal ganglia of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder shown with functional magnetic resonance imaging relaxometry," Nature Medicine, vol.
Liver, bone marrow, pancreas and pituitary gland iron overload in young and adult thalassemic patients: A T2 relaxometry study: Eur Radiol.
New advanced post-processing modules to be introduced on the US market following the FDA clearance are IVIM (Intravoxel Incoherent Motion), Metabolic and Relaxometry.
The collaboration's goal is to demonstrate the applicability of the company's magnetic relaxometry technology for diagnosing and staging breast cancers.
There have been different qMR techniques like volumetry, MR spectroscopy (MRS), T2 relaxometry, and diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) described to date [9-11].
82] found significantly lower NAA/Cr ratios in the frontal cortex and frontal white matter of OSAS patients using magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and no neurochemical changes on T2 relaxometry and diffusion weighted imaging (DWI).
Recently, as an advanced non-destructive technique, low field NMR relaxometry has been widely applied to obtain basic information about water mobility and distribution status; the mechanism of NMR is to probe the mobility of water protons and exchangeable protons in meat proteins (Bertram and Andersen, 2004; Straadt et al.
Micromagnetic resonance relaxometry for rapid label-free malaria diagnosis.