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Determination of Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) in Diagnostic Magnetic Resonance Imaging


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Document ID: 100123
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Defines methods for measuring the signal-to-noise ratio of magnetic resonance images obtained under a specific set of conditions, and using single-channel volume receiver coils. This document does not address the use of special purpose coils (see MS 6) or coils that employ multiple receiver channels for operation (see MS 9).


Published Date: Apr.30.2015
Number of pages: 21
Document ID: 100123

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