Breast MR imaging with loop-gap resonators.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1986
Breast images obtained at 1.5 T using a loop-gap resonator pair as both the excitation and detection device are presented. The efficiency of this approach is high, as judged by the low level of radio frequency (RF) power required to obtain a 90 degree pulse and the uniformity of the RF field within the resonator pair. A modification of the pair geometry provides for reasonable observation of the tissues through the chest wall and laterally to the axillae.
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