surface coil

sur·face coil

a detector coil applied directly to a body part for high resolution magnetic resonance imaging; often a single loop of metal.

sur·face coil

(sŭr'făs koyl)
A detector coil applied directly to a body part for high-resolution imaging; often a single loop of metal.
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A submersed enhanced surface coil is used to extract the energy during peak air conditioning hours.
Echoes were acquired by using both the double-D surface coil and the room temperature volume coil in order to compare their performances in terms of SNR.
GE Healthcare's new GEM Suite surface coil technology is designed to reflect the importance of making the geometry of the equipment and technology compatible with the specifics of every single patient.
A standard head coil is usually adequate; however, a receiver surface coil can also be used, placed directly over the parotid gland to increase the signal-to-noise ratio and hence the quality of the scan, if necessary.
1]), specific absorption rate (SAR), and SNR as a function of frequency between 64 and 345 MHz for a surface coil against an anatomically accurate human chest.
Concerns about surface coil availability, radiofrequency (RF) deposition limits, and higher ambient noise must be addressed.
In order to guarantee accuracy of the down-hole surveys taken during the drilling of the pilot hole, Mears utilized a ParaTrack surface coil over the entire length of the crossing.
The increased loss from operations reflects the activities leading up to and following the recently received clearance from the FDA which allows the company to begin marketing its Cardiac View Probe and Cardiac View Surface Coil.
The three types of coils used for MRCP exams are the body coil, surface coil and torso multicoil array.
Using a new technique called depth-resolved surface coil spectroscopy, Paul A.