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Maier; Stephan E.
Brookline, MA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6751495 Method of fast and reliable tissue differentiation using diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance i June 15, 2004
Quantified differences, such as chi.sup.2 error parameters, between a mono-exponential, logarithmic best fit of a series of line scan diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance signals taken over a range of b-factors between about 100 and about 5000 sec/mm.sup.2 are obtained. The quantifi
6320378 Continuous magnetic resonance line-scan imaging in the presence of motion and varying magnetic f November 20, 2001
Apparatus and method for generating and displaying undistorted images of a field of view containing undesirable motion and/or time varying magnetic field inhomogeneities, uses a time series of magnetic resonance (MR) image signals, corresponding to a time series of MR images, generated b
5786692 Line scan diffusion imaging July 28, 1998
Magnetic resonance imaging appparaus and methods, including providing selective radio frequency pulses including pairs of pulses, which define planes with an intersection that defines an imaging volume. The imaging volumes are part of a first image surface passing through the sample and

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