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Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR)
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16 Publications


  • Encoding of electrophysiology and other signals in MR images.

    Hanson, Lars G; Lund, Torben E; Hanson, Christian G (2007)
    PURPOSE: To develop a gradient insensitive, generic technique for recording of non-MR signals by use of surplus scanner bandwidth. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Relatively simple battery driven hardware is used to transform one or more signals into radio waves detectable by the MR scanner. Similar to the "magstripe" technique used for encoding of soundtracks in motion pictures, the electrical signals are in this way encoded as artifacts appearing in the MR images or spectra outside the region of int...

    MR-skanning ved 7 tesla feltstyrke etableres i Danmark

    Hanson, Lars G. (2010)
    Igennem længere tid har en bred kreds af forskere og klinikere på hospitaler og universiteter [1] forsøgt at rejse de nødvendige midler til at etablere ultrahøjfelts MR-skanning i Danmark. I juni 2010 udløstes jubel, da “the John and Birthe Meyer Foundation” meget generøst bevilgede 38,6 Mkr til indkøb af en human MR-skanner med en feltstyrke på 7 tesla. Dette svarer til cirka 140 tusind gange jordens magnetfelt hvilket mere end fordobler hospitalernes hidt...

    Corrections in clinical Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and SPECT: Motion correction in MR spectroscopy, downscatter correction in SPECT

    de Nijs, Robin (2009)
    The quality of medical scanner data is often compromised by several mechanisms. This can be caused by both the subject to be measured and the scanning principles themselves. In this PhD project the problem of subject motion was addressed for Single Voxel MR Spectroscopy in a cohort study of preterm infants. In Iodine-123 SPECT the problem of downscatter was addressed. This thesis is based on two papers. Paper I deals with the problem of motion in Single Voxel Spectroscopy. Two novel methods f...

    The Bloch Simulator and Viewer - Free, interactive MRI visualisation

    Hanson, Lars G. (2009)
    The Bloch Simulator is 3D graphical software for visualising spin physics and MRI techniques. It provides demonstrations and exploration of otherwise abstract concepts involved in MRI. It is useful for students and teachers alike and is available online at no cost. Phenomena such as precession, resonance, excitation, inhomogeneity and relaxation can be demonstrated. Likewise, rotating frames, weightings, spoilers, spin-echoes, simulated echoes and more c...

    An integration of first-person methodologies in cognitive science

    Overgaard, Morten; Gallagher, Shaun; Ramsøy, Thomas Z. (2008)
    A number of recent publications have argued that a scientific approach to consciousness needs a rigorous approach to first-person data collection. As mainstream experimental psychology has long abandoned such introspective or phenomenological method, there is at present no generally agreed upon method for first-person data collection in experimental consciousness studies. There are, however, a number of recent articles that all claim to provide a unique contribution to such a methodology. ...
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