Review of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Review of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) The hydrogen atom has a nucleus consisting of only a single proton. Because of this it exhibits a relatively large magnetic moment. Hydrogen is also plentiful throughout the body due to its presence in every water molecule...

Professional Tongue Visualization for MRI

Professional Tongue Visualization for MRI Professional level work for tongue motion has involved many different technologies to observe the tongue, due to the fact it is difficult to observe in the oral cavity. In order to fully understand speech sound articulation...

Compressed Sensing

Compressed Sensing Compressed Sensing (CS) is a way to reconstruct an image using fewer acquisition points. Often times in MRI, acquired signals are repeated. In theory a few selected points in MRI can be sampled and the rest can be estimated to cut the scan time...

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. The detected signal in MRI is obtained from the protons, most often the hydrogen protons, in the various tissues within the body. These protons create a net magnetization when they are...