MREIT is an emerging method to measure the ohmic tissue conductivities, with several potential biomedical applications. Its sensitivity depends on the magnitude of the applied current, which is limited to 1-2 mA in the human brain [1, 2]. This renders in-vivo applications challenging. Here, we aim to analyze and optimize the efficiency of two MREIT pulse sequences for in-vivo brain imaging.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||33rd ESMRMB Annual Scientific Meeting - Vienna, Austria|
Duration: 29 Sep 2016 → 1 Oct 2016
|Conference||33rd ESMRMB Annual Scientific Meeting|
|Period||29/09/2016 → 01/10/2016|