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Autor     Robert S. Balaban, Victoria A. Hampshire
Titel    Challenges in Small Animal Noninvasive Imaging
Zeitschrift    ILAR Journal
Ausgabe    42
Datum    July 2001
Nummer    3
Seiten    248-262
URL    https://academic.oup.com/ilarjournal/article/42/3/248/781830/Challenges-in-Small-Animal-Noninvasive-Imaging

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3.5.2.2 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS)

Magnetic resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) generally gathers the spectral information in the magnetic signals from the nuclides, which permits the determination of the molecules or metabolites containing a given nuclide. The collection of this additional information in MRS along with the fact that metabolites are generally at low concentration results in the MRS experiment having a low SNR. These combined effects make any images collected with MRS very poor in spatial and temporal resolution. MRI and MRS must be conducted in a strong homogeneous magnetic field, which requires a specialized magnet as well as receiver coils to detect the nuclide signals.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Spectroscopy (MRS1)

[...] MRS generally refers to maintaining the spectral information in the magnetic signals from the nuclides, which permits the determination of the molecules or metabolites containing a given nuclide. The collection of this additional information in MRS along with the fact that metabolites are generally at low concentration results in the MRS experiment having a low SNR. These combined effects make any images collected with MRS very poor in spatial and temporal resolution. MRI and MRS must be conducted in a strong homogeneous magnetic field, which requires a specialized magnet as well as receiver coils to detect the nuclide signals.

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[Because the] absorption of these oscillating magnetic fields is relatively low in biological tissues, the penetration of these signals is excellent in most studies. The detection of the naturally occurring nuclide 1H found in water and fats is usually used for MRI studies providing an adequate SNR to create images with sub millimeter resolution in vivo. The MRI signal from water protons is rich in informationn [sic] about the physiology and function of tissues because it is the solvent of the cell with very little occurring without some impact on the magnetic properties of this molecule 23. This information includes a diverse amount of information on blood flow and oxygenation as well as macromolecular composition and motion, tissue structure, temperature, contractile activity, nerve and muscle fibre orientation, and oedema.

23. Balaban RS (1998) Physiological and biochemical information from water in cardiac MRI. In: Current and Future Applications of Magnetic Resonance in Cardiovascular Disease. Futura Publishing Inc, New York

Because the absorption of these oscillating magnetic fields is relatively low in biological tissues, the penetration of these signals is excellent in most studies. The detection of the naturally occurring nuclide 1H found in water and fats is usually used for MRI studies providing an adequate SNR to create images with submillimeter resolution in vivo. The MRI signal from water protons is rich in information about the physiology and function of tissues because it is the solvent of the cell with very little occurring without some impact on the magnetic properties of this molecule (Balaban 1998). This information includes a diverse amount of information on blood flow and oxygenation as well as macromolecular composition and motion, tissue structure, temperature, contractile activity, nerve and muscle fiber orientation, and edema.

Balaban RS. 1998. Physiological and biochemical information from water in cardiac MRI. In: Higgins CB, Ingwall JS, Pohost GM, eds. Current and Future Applications of Magnetic Resonance in Cardiovascular Disease. Armonk NY: Futura Publishing Inc. p 321-336.

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