current density imaging (cdi) is an extension of magnetic resonance imaging (mri), developed at the university of toronto.it employs two techniques for spatially mapping electric current pathways through tissue: . lf-cdi, low-frequency cdi, the original implementation developed at the university of toronto.in this technique, low frequency (lf) electric currents are injected into the tissue.
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Magnetic Resonance Current Density Imaging - Eyüboğlu
magnetic resonance current density imaging. b. murat eyüboğlu. middle east technical university, department of electrical and electronics engineering, ankara, turkey. search for more papers by this author. b. murat eyüboğlu.
by jiaen liu. in their paper entitled “multishot echo-planar mreit for fast imaging of conductivity, current density, and electric field distributions”, drs. munish chauhan and rosalind sadleir propose an accelerated technique to image electrical conductivity based on mri.
Current-density imaging using ultra-low-field MRI with
current-density imaging using ultra-low-field mri with zero-field encoding. magnetic resonance imaging, 2014. risto ilmoniemi. download with google download with facebook or download with email. current-density imaging using ultra-low-field mri with zero-field encoding. download.
"i feel that current medical imaging reviews is an important review journal, which is essential reading in order to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest developments in the field." steven r. goldstein new york univ. school of medicine, usa