By Merrick Moseley BSc PhD, Alistair Fielder MD
This ebook presents a precis and synthesis of present concerns and study in the box of 1 of the main hard paediatric eye stipulations - Amblyopia.
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This can be accomplished by adding a magnetic field gradient to the main field, which has the effect of varying the frequency of the returning signals along the direction of the gradient. This procedure is called frequency encoding, and forms the basis of MRI. Of note, MRI has the advantage of being able to manipulate the contrast between different tissues by altering the RF pulses and gradients. Importantly, the returning RF signals are affected by the chemical environment of the atoms, and it is this feature of the MRI signal that is especially important for functional imaging (fMRI).
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