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Concepts of SteadyState and Oscillating Electromagnetic Fields in Tissue
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28 msec 56 msec Adey adjacent anatomy approximately V4 cm Axial MR image Bioelectromagnetics bone brain and head calcium cartilage caudal to Figure cerebellar cm caudal cm posterior common carotid artery contrast Coronal MR image corpus callosum cortical cranial deep cervical artery echo edema effect electromagnetic fields fissure fossa frequency frontal gradient gyrus high-intensity signal identified image TR 2.0 increased intensity signal interactions Internal capsule internal carotid internal carotid artery internal jugular vein lobes longitudinal low-intensity signals magnetic field magnetic resonance imaging mandible middle cerebral arteries midline molecules muscle nasal concha neck nerves Note nuclei occipital orbital portions posterior to Figure protein proton density protons pulsing sequence right of Figure Sagittal MR image Scalenus scans Section 1 cm Section approximately V4 sinuses spatial resolution sphenoid spinal canal spinal cord structures T2 relaxation tissue Tl and T2 tonsils trachea transverse magnetization Vertebral artery white matter