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Characterization of Radiofrequency (RF) Coil Heating in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems


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Document ID: 100883
NEMA MS 14-2019   [DOWNLOAD]   [BUY]

​Examines the measurement of the radiofrequency coil surface temperature increase, which is induced by the radiofrequency fields in magnetic resonance imaging. Testing methods are provided for detachable RF receive coils, detachable transmit/receive coils, detachable transmit coils, and integrated body coils.


Published Date: Nov.7.2019
Number of pages: 32
Document ID: 100883

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