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Non-uniform polar tagging

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Implemented oval shape tagging pattern on a phantom (left) and a cardiac patient (right).
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Figure 2: Implemented oval shape tagging pattern on a phantom (left) and a cardiac patient (right).

Mentions: Figure 1 illustrates the pulse sequence diagram for the proposed method for elliptical tagging with the following parameters used for simulation: Gx = 0.2 G/cm, Gy = 0.1 G/cm, B1 = 0.04 G. Figure 2 shows the corresponding images acquired from MRI scanner from both phantom and human which evidently verifies the simulation results.


Non-uniform polar tagging
Implemented oval shape tagging pattern on a phantom (left) and a cardiac patient (right).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 2: Implemented oval shape tagging pattern on a phantom (left) and a cardiac patient (right).
Mentions: Figure 1 illustrates the pulse sequence diagram for the proposed method for elliptical tagging with the following parameters used for simulation: Gx = 0.2 G/cm, Gy = 0.1 G/cm, B1 = 0.04 G. Figure 2 shows the corresponding images acquired from MRI scanner from both phantom and human which evidently verifies the simulation results.

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No MeSH data available.