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Principles and Applications of Magnetic Particle Imaging

Gleich, Bernhard

2014, XII, 118 p. 25 illus.

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  • Publication in the field of technical sciences

Bernhard Gleich introduces Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) including all aspects that are necessary for a complete understanding. MPI is a new imaging modality invented by Bernhard Gleich and Jürgen Weizenecker. The method is capable of imaging the distribution of superparamagnetic iron oxide particles (SPIOs) with high sensitivity, high spatial resolution, and high imaging speed. The author summarizes the results of a number of original papers and countless innovations he has elaborated in the young discipline of magnetic particle imaging.

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·         Medical imaging methods

·         Magnetic Particle Imaging

·         Magnetic nanoparticles

 Target groups

·         Academics, scholars, and experts in the field of medical engineering, esp. magnetic particle imaging

 Author

Dr. Bernhard Gleich works as a senior scientist at an electronics and medical imaging company in Hamburg.

Editors

The series Aktuelle Forschung Medizintechnik is edited by Thorsten Buzug.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Encoding theory - Imaging applications - Magnetic Particle Imaging - Medical Imaging - Nanomagnetism

Related subjects » Mediendesign

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