Investigative Radiology July 2019

Motion in Magnetic Resonance
New Paradigms for Improved Clinical Diagnosis

Recent innovations in magnetic resonance, involving both hardware and software, that effectively deal with motion—whether inadvertent on the part of the patient or due to respiration and cardiac contraction—are reviewed, emphasizing major current advances.  View/Download


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