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High Field MRI: Technology, Applications, Safety, and Limitations

 R. Jason Stafford PhD
  24th-Jul-2017
Description: Physiological constraints on dB/dt to prevent peripheral nerve stimulation limit gradient performance One strategy for overcoming: shorten linearity volume. Acoustic noise force on the coils scales with the main field. NOTE: Higher performance gradients are usually linear over a more restricted FOV. Increased geometric distortions
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Domain: Medical
Category: Imaging
Contributing Organization: AAPM
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High Field MRI:
Technology, Applications,
Safety, and Limitations
R. Jason Stafford, Ph.D.
Department of Imaging Physics
Department of Imaging Physics
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, TX
Houston, TX

Brief overview of high-field MRI
• Introduction
• Technical/Safety Issues

16T, 32mm vertical bore

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