Abstracts (Continue in Part I)

1995 Proceedings of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine  
4 P (JIP Bl Corrected 333 0.044 40.7 0.019 1583 0.076 Uncorrected 340 0.082 39.9 0.039 1485 0.142 CONCLUSIONS Under certain conditions, a general expression for the spinecho signal intensity as a function of TI, T2, p, TR, TE, and B1 can be found. It is therefore possible under these conditions and knowing BI to calculate T I , T2, and p images in the presence of inhomogeneos BI fields. This process is expected to improve multispectral tissue classification in situations where imaging coils are used which have large variations in BI fields.
doi:10.1002/mrmp.22419950202 fatcat:mg5plhp4qvabdbvpf3jlnih2ti