DOI:​10.1002/MRM.1910310409
Corpus ID: 32000452
True myocardial motion tracking
S. Fischer, G. Mckinnon, +3 authors P. Boesiger
Published 1994
Computer Science, Medicine

Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Myocardial tagging is a powerful tool for the assessment of in‐plane cardiac motion. However, for previous myocardial tagging techniques, the imaged slice is fixed with respect to the magnet… Expand
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