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Instruments and methods of investigation


Ultrahigh field MRI: new frontiers and possibilities in human imaging

 a,  a,  a,  a,  a,  b,  a, c,  a,  a
a St.Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, ul. Sablinskaya14, St.Petersburg, 197101, Russian Federation
b Almazov National Medical Research Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Akkuratova str. 2, St. Petersburg, 197341, Russian Federation
c School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University, PO Box 11000, Aalto, FI-00076, Finland

Increasing the static magnetic field strength into the realm of ultrahigh fields (7 T and higher) is the central trend in modern human magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. The use of ultrahigh fields in MR-imaging leads to numerous effects some of them raising the image quality, some degrading, some previously undetected in lower fields. This review aims to outline the main consequences of introducing ultrahigh fields in human MR-imaging, including new challenges and the proposed solutions, as well as new scanning possibilities unattainable at lower field strengths (below 7 T).

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Keywords: magnetic resonance imaging, MRI, metamaterials, NMR spectroscopy, image processing
PACS: 07.57.Pt
DOI: 10.3367/UFNe.2018.12.038505
Citation: Zubkov M A, Andreychenko A E, Kretov E I, Solomakha G A, Melchakova I V, Fokin V A, Simovskii C R, Belov P A, Slobozhanyuk A P "Ultrahigh field MRI: new frontiers and possibilities in human imaging" Phys. Usp., accepted

Received: 31st, August 2018, revised: 18th, December 2018, 19th, December 2018

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