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Parallel RF transmission with eight channels at 3 Tesla.
Fast slice-selective radio-frequency excitation pulses for mitigating B+1 inhomogeneity in the human brain at 7 Tesla.
Four-dimensional spectral-spatial RF pulses for simultaneous correction of B1+ inhomogeneity and susceptibility artifacts in T2*-weighted MRI.
Magnitude least squares optimization for parallel radio frequency excitation design demonstrated at 7 Tesla with eight channels.
32-channel RF coil optimized for brain and cervical spinal cord at 3 T.
Massively parallel MRI detector arrays.
Nineteen-channel receive array and four-channel transmit array coil for cervical spinal cord imaging at 7T.
A low power radiofrequency pulse for simultaneous multislice excitation and refocusing.
An anatomically realistic temperature phantom for radiofrequency heating measurements.
High-resolution in vivo diffusion imaging of the human brain with generalized slice dithered enhanced resolution: Simultaneous multislice (gSlider-SMS).
Realistic modeling of deep brain stimulation implants for electromagnetic MRI safety studies.
Changes in the specific absorption rate (SAR) of radiofrequency energy in patients with retained cardiac leads during MRI at 1.5T and 3T.
RF-induced heating in tissue near bilateral DBS implants during MRI at 1.5?T and 3T: The role of surgical lead management.
The MR Cap: A single-sided MRI system designed for potential point-of-care limited field-of-view brain imaging.
Reconfigurable MRI coil technology can substantially reduce RF heating of deep brain stimulation implants: First in-vitro study of RF heating reduction in bilateral DBS leads at 1.5 T.