Some principles in choosing parameters of magnetic resonance tomographs View Full Text


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DATE

2017-01

AUTHORS

A. N. Volobuev

ABSTRACT

The problem of amplifying the signal that ensures the visualization of internal organs in the magnetic resonance tomograph due to the optimal selection of some of its parameters has been considered. The operating principle of the tomograph has been analyzed. The relation between the angle of the magnetic moment precession in hydrogen nuclei in an organism, the frequency of the ac magnetic field exciting this precession, and the constant magnetic field used has been determined using quantum-mechanical concepts. This relation makes it possible to determine the optimal parameters for tomograph operation. More... »

PAGES

157-163

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TITLE

Technical Physics

ISSUE

1

VOLUME

62

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