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Field Strength in MR, Clinical Perspectives

  • Creator:   Investigative Radiology
  • Updated:   10/23/2021
  • Contains:  10 items
This collection provides five review articles (the first being an overview) on low field, 1.5 T, 3 T and 7 T, discussing in a realistic manner the strengths and weaknesses of each field strength. This is supplemented by five additional, specialty topic review, articles. The latter include articles discussing luminary topics illustrating the very best of each field strength, as well as controversial areas (such as clinical cardiac MR).

The Clinical Utility of Magnetic Resonance Imaging According to Field Strength, Specifically Addressing the Breadth of Current State-of-the-Art Systems, Which Include 0.55 T, 1.5 T, 3 T, and 7 T

Runge, Val M.; Heverhagen, Johannes T.

Investigative Radiology. Post Author Corrections: October 15, 2021

* The Clinical Utility of Magnetic Resonance Imaging According to Field Strength, Specifically Addressing the Breadth of Current State-of-the-Art Systems, Which Include 0.55 T, 1.5 T, 3 T, and 7 T

1.5 vs 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Review of Favorite Clinical Applications for Both Field Strengths—Part 1

Schick, Fritz; Pieper, Claus Christian; Kupczyk, Patrick; More

Investigative Radiology. 56(11):680-691, November 2021.

1.5 vs 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Review of Favorite Clinical Applications for Both Field Strengths—Part 1

1.5 vs 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Review of Favorite Clinical Applications for Both Field Strengths—Part 2

Radbruch, Alexander; Paech, Daniel; Gassenmaier, Sebastian; More

Investigative Radiology. 56(11):692-704, November 2021.

1.5 vs 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Review of Favorite Clinical Applications for Both Field Strengths—Part 2