MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has developed into one of the most versatile techniques in clinical imaging and biomedical research by providing non-invasively high resolution, three-dimensional anatomical and contrast-enhanced images of living tissue.

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Magnetic Resonance ImagingMAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGINGMagnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has developed into one of the most versatile techniques in clinical imaging and biomedical research by providing non-invasively high resolution, three-dimensional anatomical and contrast-enhanced images of living tissue. The two most common groups of contrast-enhancing agents are gadolinium-based complexes and magnetic nanoparticles. Both types of contrast agents shorten locally the relaxation time of bulk water protons via rapid exchange of water molecules employing inner- or outer-sphere magnetic inte

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