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transmitter

(trăns-mĭt′ər, trănz-)
n.
1. One that transmits: a transmitter of disease.
2. A neurotransmitter.

transmitter

An MRI term for a component of an MR scanner that produces the radio frequency (RF) current (signal) and delivers it to the transmitting coil (antenna) to excite the protons in the imaging volume.
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