Magnetic resonance spectroscopy in biology and medicine: functional and pathological tissue characterization

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Pergamon Press, 1992 - Medical - 689 pages
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Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Biology and Medicine , presents the experimental and basic aspects of functional and pathological tissue characterization of MRS. A balance is drawn between the basic science, practical technologies and biomedical applications. Covering recent developments in the field: localization, 2D NMR, spectroscopic imaging, data quantification and quality assessment, as well as the basic principles of magnetic resonance spectroscopy, this book provides the lecturer and postdoctoral student, with a valuable research tool for the laboratory. This book is didactically-orientated, with 13 chapters devoted to MRS methodology, 3 chapters on MRS equipment, 13 chapters on clinical and experimental MRS, as well as an appendix containing the basic sciences for MRS and a MRS glossary.

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Introduction to the Physical Basis of NMR
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Practical considerations
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A classical model
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