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Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine

Official Journal of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology

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24.11.2020 | Research Article

Feasibility of quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM) of the human kidney

In recent years, there has been an increasing research interest in functional renal MRI. Several previous studies have demonstrated great potential of MRI biomarkers for characterizing different pathological processes involved in the progression …

13.11.2020 | Review

Hyperpolarization via dissolution dynamic nuclear polarization: new technological and methodological advances

Dissolution-DNP is a method to boost liquid-state NMR sensitivity by several orders of magnitude. The technique consists in hyperpolarizing samples by solid-state dynamic nuclear polarization at low temperature and moderate magnetic field …

12.11.2020 | Research Article

A radiomics pipeline dedicated to Breast MRI: validation on a multi-scanner phantom study

Radiomics is a recent field of study involving the extraction of large amounts of quantitative imaging features from radiological images [ 1 ]. These radiomic features can then feed machine learning methods to build predictive models that might …

12.11.2020 | Research Article Open Access

Can sodium MRI be used as a method for mapping of cartilage stiffness?

Focal cartilage defects are often treated with regenerative medicine therapies, because the body cannot heal these defects itself due to the sparsely distributed chondrocytes throughout the articular cartilage and its avascular nature. Patients …

20.10.2020 | Review Open Access

15 Years MR-encephalography

The following gives a narrative account of the development of the method over the years written by J. Hennig.

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Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine (MAGMA) is a multidisciplinary international journal that publishes articles on all aspects of magnetic resonance techniques and their applications in medicine and biology. MAGMA currently presents research papers, reviews, letters to the editor, and commentaries, six times a year.

The subject areas covered by MAGMA include advances in materials, hardware and software in magnetic resonance technology; new developments and results in research and practical applications of magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy related to biology and medicine; study of animal models and intact cells and reports of clinical trials on humans and clinical validation of magnetic resonance protocols.

A particular feature of MAGMA is its special issues. These normally appear once a year, and are devoted to a current hot topic in MRI, with guest editors selected from those active in the chosen field of research.

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