Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a fascinating test bed to investigate the interaction of various types of magnetic fields with biological tissues and MRI safety is a highly relevant application for research advances in this area. Hitherto existing safety concepts are no longer adequate for recent technological developments in MRI. Exemplary results from a European Joint Research Project devoted to address this problem are reported.

Electromagnetic Fields Interacting with Biological Tissue – A European Research Project on Safety Aspects in Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Ittermann, Bernd; Borsero, Michele; Bottauscio, Oriano; Cassarà, A.; Chiampi, Mario; Giordano, Domenico; Hand, Jeffrey; Pooter, Jacco de; Prez, Leon de; Rabus, Hans; Seifert, Frank; Szymanowski, Hanitra; Weidemann, Gerd; Zilberti, Luca. - (2016). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 1st IEEE Conference Advances in Magnetics tenutosi a Bormio (Italia) nel 14-16 marzo 2016.

Electromagnetic Fields Interacting with Biological Tissue – A European Research Project on Safety Aspects in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

BORSERO, MICHELE;BOTTAUSCIO, ORIANO;GIORDANO, DOMENICO;ZILBERTI, LUCA
2016

Abstract

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a fascinating test bed to investigate the interaction of various types of magnetic fields with biological tissues and MRI safety is a highly relevant application for research advances in this area. Hitherto existing safety concepts are no longer adequate for recent technological developments in MRI. Exemplary results from a European Joint Research Project devoted to address this problem are reported.
1st IEEE Conference Advances in Magnetics
14-16 marzo 2016
Bormio (Italia)
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