Robert Herfkens

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  • INVIVO IMAGING OF THE RAT ANATOMY WITH NUCLEAR MAGNETIC-RESONANCE RADIOLOGY Hansen, G., Crooks, L. E., Davis, P., DeGroot, J., Herfkens, R., Margulis, A. R., Gooding, C., Kaufman, L., HOENNINGER, J., Arakawa, M., McRee, R., Watts, J. 1980; 136 (3): 695-700


    Live rats were imaged by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). These images demonstrated fine detail and high object contrast. Motion artifacts are not apparent in 4-minute images, and major blood vessels are demonstrated as regions of low signal intensity because of blood flow. Selective contrast enhancement is possible by varying NMR imager accumulation parameters.

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    View details for PubMedID 7403549

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