A Modified Quadrapole Gradient Set For Use In High Resolution MRI Tagging Walter G. O'Delly, Joseph S. Schoeniger , Stephen J. Blackbandz, Elliot R. McVeighy yDept. of Biomedical Engineering and zRadiology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD, 21205 Center for Computational Engineering, Sandia
1 OPTIMIZATION OF TAG THICKNESS FOR MEASURING POSITION WITH MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING Ergin Atalar, Member, IEEE and Elliot R. McVeigh, Member, IEEE Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology, Baltimore MD This research was supported by the National
Development of High Speed, High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Tagging Techniques by Scott B. Reeder A thesis submitted to The Johns Hopkins University in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Engineering Baltimore, Maryland 1993 c Copyright by Scott B.
Visualization and analysis of functional cardiac MRI data Elliot McVeigh, Michael Guttman, Eric Poon, Pisupati Chandrasekhar, Christopher Moore, Elias Zerhouni, yMeiyappan Solaiyappan, yPheng Ann Heng Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,
CHAPTER 3. PULSE SEQUENCE DESIGN FOR THE 4.7T OMEGA 136 Raw Data Profile of First CINE Animation Frame (NVP = 16) Approach to Steady-State During One of Four Heartbeats 1 64 Signal Signal RF Repetition Number 1 64 Phase Encoding Step Data from Heartbeat One Data from Heartbeat Two . . . . . . Figure
CHAPTER 3. PULSE SEQUENCE DESIGN FOR THE 4.7T OMEGA 140 Slice Selection Slice Refocus/ Read Prephaser Readout gsl -gr grd-gslr Figure 3.25: Gradient pulses used by sprof ile:grass to measure slice profiles. The sign of the readout gradient is reversed to reduce the total gradient strength required
Tag and Contour Detection in Tagged MR Images of the Left Ventricle Michael A. Guttmany, Jerry L. Princez and Elliot R. McVeigh y Department of Radiology z Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Biomedical Engineering The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine Baltimore,
TAG CONTRAST IN BREATH-HOLD CINE CARDIAC MRI Scott B. Reeder, MSE, and Elliot R. McVeigh, PhD. Medical Imaging Laboratory The Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore, Maryland, 21205 First Revisions 20 December, 1993, to Magnetic