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The dotted lines indicate the resulting T2 time (Courtesy of Ragnar Bade, University of Magdeburg). 28 Coils used for MR imaging. , 2002]). can be generated. The coils used for MRI acquisition are very different depending on the body region that should be imaged. 28, some frequently used coils are depicted. The coils are either integrated sender and receiver (such as head coils) or separate sender and receiver coils. 5 T, or recently as “high-field” scanners with a typical magnetic field strength of 3 T or more.
Next to their self-rotation (spin), they perform an additional precession movement around the direction of the magnetic field (Courtesy of Ragnar Bade, University of Magdeburg). 1 P R I N C I P L E S O F M R I Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is based on different properties of human tissue in a (strong) magnetic field. In particular, the occurrence of Hydrogen nuclei in human tissue is exploited for image generation. They can be considered as small dipole magnets aligning themselves either parallel or anti-parallel along a strong external magnetic field.
30). A typical MRI scan takes between 2 and 25 minutes. This relatively long scanning time is dominated by the relaxation of the spins, not by the time required for the measurements. In general, MRI data— acquired with a full-field MRI scanner—have a lower resolution compared to CT image data (the in-plane resolution/pixel distance is often between 1 and 2 mm and the slice distance between 2 and 5 mm). The resolution also depends on the acquisition time (more pulses are required for a higher spatial resolution, which leads to increased acquisition times).