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    1. Prior, BM; Ploutz-Snyder, LL; Cooper, TG; Meyer, RA
      Fiber type and metabolic dependence of T2 increases in stimulated rat muscles

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Thatcher, RW; Biver, C; Gomez, JF; North, D; Curtin, R; Walker, RA; Salazar, A
      Estimation of the EEG power spectrum using MRI T-2 relaxation time in traumatic brain injury

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Shen, J
      Delayed-focus pulses optimized using simulated annealing

      JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    4. Fenrich, FRE; Beaulieu, C; Allen, PS
      Relaxation times and microstructures

      NMR IN BIOMEDICINE
    5. Boesch, C; Kreis, R
      Dipolar coupling and ordering effects observed in magnetic resonance spectra of skeletal muscle

      NMR IN BIOMEDICINE
    6. Onu, M; Savu, M; Lungu-Solomonescu, C; Harabagiu, I; Pop, T
      Early MR changes in marrow for patients vertebral bone following radiotherapy

      EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY
    7. Saab, G; Thompson, RT; Marsh, GD; Picot, PA; Moran, GR
      Two-dimensional time correlation relaxometry of skeletal muscle in vivo at3 tesla

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    8. Smouha, E; Neeman, M
      Compartmentation of intracellular water in multicellular tumor spheroids: Diffusion and relaxation NMR

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    9. Helms, G; Piringer, A
      Magnetization transfer of water T-2 relaxation components in human brain: implications for T-2-based segmentation of spectroscopic volumes

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    10. Bettelheim, FA; Lizak, MJ; Zigler, JS
      NMR relaxation studies of syneretic response to pressure change in bovine lenses

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    11. Spevacek, V; Novotny, J; Dvorak, P; Novotny, J; Vymazal, J; Cechak, T
      Temperature dependence of polymer-gel dosimeter nuclear magnetic resonanceresponse

      MEDICAL PHYSICS
    12. Coletta, F
      A study of water T-1 and T-2 NMR relaxation times in healthy and cancer affected human blood plasma doped with hematoporphyrin IX dye

      SPECTROSCOPY LETTERS
    13. Chung, MS; Ruan, R; Chen, P; Lee, YG; Ahn, TH; Baik, CK
      Formulation of caking-resistant powdered soups based on NMR analysis

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE
    14. Bertram, HC; Karlsson, AH; Rasmussen, M; Pedersen, OD; Donstrup, S; Andersen, HJ
      Origin of multiexponential T-2 relaxation in muscle myowater

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    15. Bakhmutov, VI; Bakhmutova, EV; Belkova, NV; Bianchini, C; Epstein, LM; Masi, D; Peruzzini, M; Shubina, ES; Vorontsov, EV; Zanobini, F
      In-depth NMR and IR study of the proton transfer equilibrium between [{(MeC(CH2PPh2)(3)}Ru(CO)H-2] and hexafluoroisopropanol

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE CHIMIE
    16. De Stefano, N; Dotti, MT; Mortilla, M; Federico, A
      Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopic changes in brains of patientswith cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis

      BRAIN
    17. Saab, G; Thompson, RT; Marsh, GD
      Effects of exercise on muscle transverse relaxation determined by MR imaging and in vivo relaxometry

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Does, MD; Gore, JC
      Rapid acquisition transverse relaxometric imaging

      JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    19. Traore, AS; Woerly, S; Doan, VD; Marois, Y; Guidoin, R
      In vivo magnetic resonance imaging and relaxometry study of a porous hydrogel implanted in the trapezius muscle of rabbits

      TISSUE ENGINEERING
    20. Gareau, PJ; Rutt, BK; Karlik, SJ; Mitchell, JR
      Magnetization transfer and multicomponent T2 relaxation measurements with histopathologic correlation in an experimental model of MS

      JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    21. Jarvis, MC; McCann, MC
      Macromolecular biophysics of the plant cell wall: Concepts and methodology

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Vavasour, IM; Whittall, KP; Li, DKB; MacKay, AL
      Different magnetization transfer effects exhibited by the short and long T-2 components in human brain

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    23. O'Shea, JM; Williams, SR; van Bruggen, N; Gardner-Medwin, AR
      Apparent diffusion coefficient and MR relaxation during osmotic manipulation in isolated turtle cerebellum

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    24. Sled, JG; Pike, GB
      Correction for B-1 and B-0 variations in quantitative T-2 measurements using MRI

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    25. Green, RAR; Wilson, DJ
      A pilot study using magnetic resonance imaging to determine the pattern ofmuscle group recruitment by rowers with different levels of experience

      SKELETAL RADIOLOGY
    26. Grohn, OHJ; Kettunen, MI; Penttonen, M; Oja, JME; van Zijl, PCM; Kauppinen, RA
      Graded reduction of cerebral blood flow in rat as detected by the nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation time T-2: A theoretical and experimental approach

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    27. Coletta, F
      A comparative study of water T-1 and T-2 NMR relaxation times in healthy and pathological blood fluid

      SPECTROSCOPY LETTERS
    28. Howard, MJ; Chauhan, HJ; Domingo, GJ; Fuller, C; Perham, RN
      Protein-protein interaction revealed by NMR T-2 relaxation experiments: The lipoyl domain and E1 component of the pyruvate dehydrogenase multienzyme complex of Bacillus stearothermophilus

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Bouilleret, V; Nehlig, A; Marescaux, C; Namer, IJ
      Magnetic resonance imaging follow-up of progressive hippocampal changes ina mouse model of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    30. Nadakatti, SM
      Modified data handling for rapid low-field nuclear magnetic resonance characterization of lyotropic liquid crystal composites

      JOURNAL OF SURFACTANTS AND DETERGENTS
    31. Estilaei, M; MacKay, A; Whittall, K; Mayo, J
      In vitro measurements of water content and T-2 relaxation times in lung using a clinical MRI scanner

      JMRI-JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    32. Kuperman, VY; Alley, MT
      Differentiation between the effects of T-1 and T-2* shortening in contrast-enhanced MRI of the breast

      JMRI-JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    33. Asanuma, T; Hirano, Y; Yamamoto, K; Kon, Y; Shimokawa, S; Kuwabara, M
      MR imaging of hepatic injury in the LEC rat under a high magnetic field (7.05 T)

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    34. Zengingonul, HP; Mulkern, RV
      Measurement and analysis of nonexponential signal decay curves in brain diffusion and muscle relaxation magnetic resonance studies in humans

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF IMAGING SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY
    35. Graham, SJ; Stanisz, GJ; Kecojevic, A; Bronskill, MJ; Henkelman, RM
      Analysis of changes in MR properties of tissues after heat treatment

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    36. Grohn, OHJ; Lukkarinen, JA; Silvennoinen, MJ; Pitkanen, A; van Zijl, PCM; Kauppinen, RA
      Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging assessment of cerebral ischemia inrat using on-resonance T-1 in the rotating frame

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    37. Whittall, KP; MacKay, AL; Li, DKB
      Are mono-exponential fits to a few echoes sufficient to determine T-2 relaxation for in vivo human brain?

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    38. Ferrier, JC; Barantin, L; Saliba, E; Akoka, S; Tranquart, F; Sirinelli, D; Pourcelot, L
      MR assessment of the brain maturation during the perinatal period: Quantitative T-2 MR study in premature newborns

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    39. Stock, KW; Chen, Q; Hatabu, H; Edelman, RR
      Magnetic resonance T-2* measurements of the normal human lung in vivo withultra-short echo times

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    40. Mascaro, L; Ferrari, C; Grazioli, L; Aragno, D; Chiesa, A
      T-2 relaxation of the parotid gland of patients affected by pleomorphic adenoma

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    41. Lens, P; Vergeldt, F; Lettinga, G; Van As, H
      H-1 NMR characterisation of the diffusional properties of methanogenic granular sludge

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    42. Schotland, HM; Insko, EK; Schwab, RJ
      Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging demonstrates alterations of the lingual musculature in obstructive sleep apnea

      SLEEP
    43. Gelman, N; Gorell, JM; Barker, PB; Savage, RM; Spickler, EM; Windham, JP; Knight, RA
      MR imaging of human brain at 3.0 T: Preliminary report on transverse relaxation rates and relation to estimated iron content

      RADIOLOGY
    44. Le Botlan, D; Ouguerram, L; Smart, L; Pugh, L
      Characterization of a semisolid state in milk fat through T-2* resolved T-1 distributions by time domain nuclear magnetic resonance

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY
    45. FLEISCHER G; KARGER J; RITTIG F; HOERNER P; RIESS G; SCHMUTZLER K; APPEL M
      LIQUID POLYETHYLENE-GLYCOL DISPERSED IN A POLY(STYRENE)-B-POLY(ETHYLENE BUTYLENE)-B-POLY(STYRENE) ELASTOMER - DETERMINATION OF MORPHOLOGY AND MOLECULAR MOBILITY BY LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY AS WELL AS NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SELF-DIFFUSION AND T-2 MEASUREMENTS/

      Polymers for advanced technologies
    46. KEIRE DA; KOBAYASHI M
      THE ORIENTATION AND DYNAMICS OF SUBSTANCE-P IN LIPID ENVIRONMENTS

      Protein science
    47. SHRAGER RI; WEISS GH; SPENCER RGS
      OPTIMAL TIME SPACINGS FOR T-2 MEASUREMENTS - MONOEXPONENTIAL AND BIEXPONENTIAL SYSTEMS

      NMR in biomedicine
    48. VANEMOUS JG; VANECHTELD GJA
      CHANGES OF INTRACELLULAR SODIUM T-2 RELAXATION-TIMES DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION IN ISOLATED RAT HEARTS

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    49. CUTILLO AG; CHAN PH; AILION DC; WATANABE S; ALBERTINE KH; DURNEY CH; HANSEN CB; LAICHER G; SCHEEL RF; MORRIS AH
      EFFECTS OF ENDOTOXIN LUNG INJURY ON NMR T-2 RELAXATION

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    50. GRAHAM SJ; BRONSKILL MJ; HENKELMAN RM
      TIME AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF MR PARAMETERS DURING THERMAL COAGULATION OF EX-VIVO RABBIT MUSCLE

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    51. ANDREEV NK; HAKIMOV AM; IDIYATULLIN DS
      NEW PULSE SEQUENCES FOR T-1-CONTRAST AND T-1 T-2-CONTRAST ENHANCING IN NMR IMAGING/

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    52. PEL L; HAZRATI K; KOPINGA K; MARCHAND J
      WATER-ABSORPTION IN MORTAR DETERMINED BY NMR

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    53. RAMAPRASAD S; ROBBINS VW
      NMR-STUDIES OF INTRA-CELLULAR AND EXTRACELLULAR RED-BLOOD-CELL LITHIUM BY TRANSVERSE RELAXATION MEASUREMENTS AND SHIFT-REAGENTS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    54. JONES C; MACKAY A; RUTT B
      BI-EXPONENTIAL T-2 DECAY IN DAIRY CREAM PHANTOMS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    55. Tanabe, JL; Vermathen, M; Miller, R; Gelinas, D; Weiner, MW; Rooney, WD
      Reduced MTR in the corticospinal tract and normal T-2 in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    56. Beaulieu, C; Fenrich, FR; Allen, PS
      Multicomponent water proton transverse relaxation and T-2-discriminated water diffusion in myelinated and nonmyelinated nerve

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    57. VANPAESSCHEN W; DUNCAN JS; STEVENS JM; CONNELLY A
      LONGITUDINAL QUANTITATIVE HIPPOCAMPAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING STUDY OF ADULTS WITH NEWLY-DIAGNOSED PARTIAL SEIZURES - ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UPRESULTS

      Epilepsia
    58. ZWECKSTETTER M; HOLAK TA
      AN ADIABATIC MULTIPLE SPIN-ECHO PULSE SEQUENCE - REMOVAL OF SYSTEMATIC-ERRORS DUE TO PULSE IMPERFECTIONS AND OFF-RESONANCE EFFECTS

      Journal of magnetic resonance [1997]
    59. WINDIG W; HORNAK JP; ANTALEK B
      MULTIVARIATE IMAGE-ANALYSIS OF MAGNETIC-RESONANCE IMAGES WITH THE DIRECT EXPONENTIAL CURVE RESOLUTION ALGORITHM (DECRA) - PART 1 - ALGORITHM AND MODEL STUDY

      Journal of magnetic resonance [1997]
    60. DOES MD; SNYDER RE
      MULTIECHO IMAGING WITH SUBOPTIMAL SPOILER GRADIENTS

      Journal of magnetic resonance [1997]
    61. SCHWITALLE M; EYSEL P; ECKARDT A; OBERSTEIN A; VONZITZEWITZ H
      RADIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PREOPERATIVE A SSESSMENT OF SCREW FIXATIONSTRENGTH IN SPINE FUSIONS

      RoFo. Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Rontgenstrahlen und der neuenbildgebenden Verfahren
    62. PAULEIT D; SCHULLER H; TEXTOR J; LUTNER C; KELLER E; SOMMER T; TRABER F; BLOCK W; BOLDT I; SCHILD H
      MR RELAXATION-TIME MEASUREMENTS WITH AND WITHOUT FAT-SATURATION (SPIR) IN GRAVES OPHTHALMOPATHY

      RoFo. Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Rontgenstrahlen und der neuenbildgebenden Verfahren
    63. GRAHAM SJ; NESS S; HAMILTON BS; BRONSKILL MJ
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE PROPERTIES OF EX-VIVO BREAST-TISSUE AT 1.5 T

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    64. FREEMAN DM; BERGMAN G; GLOVER G
      SHORT TE MR MICROSCOPY - ACCURATE MEASUREMENT AND ZONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF NORMAL HYALINE CARTILAGE

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    65. WHITTALL KP; MACKAY AL; GRAEB DA; NUGENT RA; LI DKB; PATY DW
      IN-VIVO MEASUREMENT OF T-2 DISTRIBUTIONS AND WATER CONTENTS IN NORMALHUMAN BRAIN

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    66. ARGIRIS A; MARIS T; VLAHOS L
      T-2 RELAXATION-TIMES OF IRRADIATED VERTEBRAL BONE-MARROW IN PATIENTS WITH SEMINOMA

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    67. FOSSHEIM S; KELLAR KE; FAHLVIK AK; KLAVENESS J
      LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT LANTHANIDE CONTRAST AGENTS - EVALUATION OF SUSCEPTIBILITY AND DIPOLAR EFFECTS IN RED-BLOOD-CELL SUSPENSIONS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    68. BARTZOKIS G; BECKSON M; HANCE DB; MARX P; FOSTER JA; MARDER SR
      MR EVALUATION OF AGE-RELATED INCREASE OF BRAIN IRON IN YOUNG-ADULT AND OLDER NORMAL MALES

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    69. SCHOTLAND HM; INSKO EK; PANCKERI KA; LEIGH JS; PACK AI; HENDRICKS JC
      QUANTITATIVE MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF UPPER AIRWAY MUSCULATURE IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF SLEEP-APNEA

      Journal of applied physiology
    70. BREMNER T; RUDIN A
      THE EFFECT OF DEGASSING ON THE MEASUREMENT OF TRANSVERSE RELAXATION-TIMES IN MOLTEN POLYMERS

      Journal of polymer science. Part B, Polymer physics
    71. LIU P; HENKELMAN M; JOSHI J; HARDY P; BUTANY J; IWANOCHKO M; CLAUBERG M; DHAR M; MAI D; WAIEN S; OLIVIERI N
      QUANTIFICATION OF CARDIAC AND TISSUE IRON BY NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE RELAXOMETRY IN A NOVEL MURINE THALASSEMIA CARDIAC IRON OVERLOAD MODEL

      Canadian journal of cardiology
    72. OVERLOOP K; VANSTAPEL F; VANHECKE P
      C-13-NMR RELAXATION IN GLYCOGEN

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    73. GRAHAM SJ; BRONSKILL MJ
      MR MEASUREMENT OF RELATIVE WATER-CONTENT AND MULTICOMPONENT T-2 RELAXATION IN HUMAN BREAST

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    74. DOES MD; SNYDER RE
      MULTIEXPONENTIAL T-2 RELAXATION IN DEGENERATING PERIPHERAL-NERVE

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    75. BORGIA GC; BROWN RJS; FANTAZZINI P
      THE EFFECT OF DIFFUSION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY DIFFERENCES ON T-2 MEASUREMENTS FOR FLUIDS IN POROUS-MEDIA AND BIOLOGICAL TISSUES

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    76. ARGIRIS A; MARIS T; PAPAVASILIOU G; GOULIAMOS A; PAPAVASILIOU C
      RADIOTHERAPY EFFECTS ON VERTEBRAL BONE-MARROW - EASILY RECOGNIZABLE CHANGES IN T-2 RELAXATION-TIMES

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    77. RAJABISIAHBOOMI AR; BOWTELL RW; MANSFIELD P; DAVIES MC; MELIA CD
      STRUCTURE AND BEHAVIOR IN HYDROPHILIC MATRIX SUSTAINED-RELEASE DOSAGEFORMS .4. STUDIES OF WATER MOBILITY AND DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENTS IN THEGEL LAYER OF HPMC TABLETS USING NMR IMAGING

      Pharmaceutical research
    78. LAAKSO MP; PARTANEN K; SOININEN H; LEHTOVIRTA M; HALLIKAINEN M; HANNINENEN T; HELKALA EL; VAINIO P; RIEKKINEN PJ
      MR T-2 RELAXOMETRY IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND AGE-ASSOCIATED MEMORY IMPAIRMENT

      Neurobiology of aging
    79. YOSHIDA H
      AN NMR-STUDY OF THE SMECTIC-A [-] NEMATIC PHASE-TRANSITION OF ALKYL CYANOBIPHENYL

      Molecular crystals and liquid crystals science and technology. Section A, Molecular crystals and liquid crystals
    80. BOWTELL RW; PETERS A; SHARP JC; MANSFIELD P; HSU EW; AIKEN N; HORSMAN A; BLACKBAND SJ
      NMR MICROSCOPY OF SINGLE NEURONS USING SPIN-ECHO AND LINE NARROWED 2DFT IMAGING

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    81. HARRISON R; BRONSKILL MJ; HENKELMAN RM
      MAGNETIZATION-TRANSFER AND T-2 RELAXATION COMPONENTS IN TISSUE

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    82. DEICHMANN R; ADOLF H; KUCHENBROD E; NOTH U; SCHWARZBAUER C; HAASE A
      COMPENSATION OF DIFFUSION EFFECTS IN T-2 MEASUREMENTS

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    83. MASCARO L; DUINA A; GRAZIOLI L
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PAROTID-GLAND TISSUE - A DESCRIPTION OF AN MRI PROTOCOL SET-UP AND RESULTS OF IN-VIVO APPLICATIONS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    84. DOES MD; SNYDER RE
      T-2 RELAXATION OF PERIPHERAL-NERVE MEASURED IN-VIVO

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    85. DEICHMANN R; ADOLF H; NOTH U; MORRISSEY S; SCHWARZBAUER C; HAASE A
      FAST T-2-MAPPING WITH SNAPSHOT FLASH IMAGING

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    86. WHITTAKER AK; BREMNER T; ZELAYA FO
      THE EFFECT OF FIELD INHOMOGENEITIES AND MOLECULAR-DIFFUSION ON THE NMR TRANSVERSE RELAXATION BEHAVIOR OF POLYMER MELTS

      Polymer
    87. SCHENCK JF
      IMAGING OF BRAIN IRON BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE - T-2 RELAXATION AT DIFFERENT FIELD STRENGTHS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    88. FUNKE M; BRUHN H; VOSSHENRICH R; RUDOLPH O; GRABBE E
      DETERMINATION OF T(2)ASTERISK RELAXATION- TIME FOR CHARACTERIZING TRABECULAR BONE

      RoFo. Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Rontgenstrahlen und der neuenbildgebenden Verfahren
    89. KUMMERLEN J; SEBALD A
      VARIABLE-TEMPERATURE C-13 CP MAS STUDY OF (ME3SN)2CO3

      Magnetic resonance in chemistry
    90. MACKAY A; WHITTALL K; ADLER J; LI D; PATY D; GRAEB D
      IN-VIVO VISUALIZATION OF MYELIN WATER IN BRAIN BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    91. ENGELKE K; MAJUMDAR S; GENANT HK
      PHANTOM STUDIES SIMULATING THE IMPACT OF TRABECULAR STRUCTURE ON MARROW RELAXATION-TIME, T(2')

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    92. BARBOSA S; BLUMHARDT LD; ROBERTS N; LOCK T; EDWARDS RHT
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE RELAXATION-TIME MAPPING IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS - NORMAL APPEARING WHITE-MATTER AND THE INVISIBLE LESION LOAD

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    93. BARTZOKIS G; SULTZER D; MINTZ J; HOLT LE; MARX P; PHELAN CK; MARDER SR
      IN-VIVO EVALUATION OF BRAIN IRON IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND NORMAL SUBJECTS USING MRI

      Biological psychiatry
    94. ARMSPACH JP; GOUNOT D; NAMER IJ; OHLENBUSCH HH; RUMBACH L; CHAMBRON J
      QUANTITATIVE CEREBRAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING DURING ACTH TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    95. HOLZMULLER P; MOSER E; RECKENDORFER H; BURGMANN H; WINKLMAYR E; SPERLICH M
      PROTON SPIN-SPIN RELAXATION-TIMES AS LIVER-TRANSPLANTATION GRAFT VIABILITY PARAMETER

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    96. HENRIKSEN O; DECERTAINES JD; SPISNI A; CORTSEN M; MULLER RN; RING PB
      TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY AND IMAGING - RESULTS OF A CONCERTED RESEARCH-PROJECT OF THE EUROPEAN-ECONOMIC-COMMUNITY .5. IN-VIVO FIELD-DEPENDENCE OF PROTON RELAXATION-TIMES IN HUMAN BRAIN, LIVER AND SKELETAL-MUSCLE - A MULTICENTER STUDY

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    97. LERSKI RA; STRAUGHAN K; SCHAD LR; BOYCE D; BLUML S; ZUNA I
      TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY AND IMAGING - RESULTS OF A CONCERTED RESEARCH-PROJECT OF THE EUROPEAN-ECONOMIC-COMMUNITY .8. MR IMAGE TEXTURE ANALYSIS - AN APPROACH TO TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    98. SCHAD LR; BLUML S; ZUNA I
      TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY AND IMAGING - RESULTS OF A CONCERTED RESEARCH-PROJECT OF THE EUROPEAN-ECONOMIC-COMMUNITY .9. MR TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION OF INTRACRANIAL TUMORS BY MEANS OF TEXTURE ANALYSIS

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    99. CHATANI K; KUSAKA Y; MIFUNE T; NISHIKAWA H
      TOPOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES OF H-1-NMR RELAXATION-TIMES (T(1), T(2)) IN THE NORMAL INTERVERTEBRAL DISC AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO WATER-CONTENT

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)


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