In-vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy: Localization and spectral editing

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Markus Rudin
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Medical - 296 pages
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Localization 1. C.S. Bosch, J.J.H. Ackerman, St. Louis, MO/USA SurfaceCoil Spectroscopy 2. P. Styles, Oxford, UK Rotating Frame Spectroscopyand Spectroscopic Imaging 3. P.A. Bottomley, Schenectady, NY/USA DepthResolved Surface Coil Spectroscopy (Dress) 4. R.J. Ordidge, J.A. Helpern, Detroit, MI/USA Image Guided Volume Selective Spectroscopy: A Comparison of Techniques for In-Vivo 31P NMR Spectroscopy of Human Brain 5. M. Decorps, D. Bourgeois, Grenoble, France Localized Spectroscopy Using Static Magnetic Field Gradients: Comparison of Techniques 6. J.A. den Hollander, P.R. Luyten, Ad J.H. Marien, Best, The Netherlands 1H NMR Spectroscopy and Spectroscopic Imaging of the Human Brain Spectral Editing and Kinetic Measurements 7. H.P. Hetherington, Birmingham, AL/USA Homo- and Heteronuclear Editing in Proton Spectroscopy 8. D. Freeman, R. Hurd, Fremont, CA/USA Metabolite Specific Methods Using Double Quantum Coherence Transfer Spectroscopy 9. B.A. Berkowitz, Research Triangle Park, NC/USA Two-Dimensional Correlated Spectroscopy In-Vivo 10. G. Navon, Tel Aviv, Israel; T. Kushnir, Tel Hashomer, Israel; N. Askenasy, O. Kaplan, Tel Aviv, Israel Two-Dimensional 31P-1H Correlation Spectroscopy in Intact Organs and Their Extracts 11. M. Rudin, A. Sauter, Basel, Switzerland Measurement of Reaction Rates In Vivo Using Magnetization Transfer Techniques

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Localization Techniques
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S Bosch and J J H Ackerman 3
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Rotating Frame Spectroscopy and Spectroscopic Imaging
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