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Basic principles of diffusion-weighted imaging

In European Journal of Radiology
By: Bammer R.
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Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 45 Issues.Publisher: 2003Description: 169-184.Subject(s): DDC classification: In: European Journal of RadiologySummary: In diffusion weighted MRI (DWI), image contrast is determined by ht erandom microscopic motion of water protons. during the last years DWI has become an important modality in the diagnostic work up of acute ischemia in the CNS. There are also a few promising reports about the applications of DWI to other regions in the human body, Such as the vertebral coumn or the abdomen. This manuscript provides an introduction into tthe basics of DWI and Diffusion Tesor imaging.
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In diffusion weighted MRI (DWI), image contrast is determined by ht erandom microscopic motion of water protons. during the last years DWI has become an important modality in the diagnostic work up of acute ischemia in the CNS.
There are also a few promising reports about the applications of DWI to other regions in the human body, Such as the vertebral coumn or the abdomen. This manuscript provides an introduction into tthe basics of DWI and Diffusion Tesor imaging.

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