Lionel Broche, M

Dr

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  • 112 Citations
20102019
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Personal profile

Research Interests:

My current research focuses on medical applications for Fast Field-Cycling MRI (FFC MRI).

FFC MRI is a new technology of MRI scanners that provides the ability to change the main magnetic field during a scan. This seemingly simple modification can actually be used in a great variety of applications and brings much information that is otherwise unaccessible from conventional scanners.

At the moment I am working on applying FFC MRI for the detection or characterisation of several pathologies, from osteoarthritis to cancer or thrombosis. I am interested in any medical problem that involves detection or chearacterisation.

Research Keywords:

MRI, FFC MRI, double resonance, medical applications, osteoarthritis, cancer, liver fibrosis, thrombosis, muscle injury, sarcopenia, spin relaxation mechanisms

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Research Output 2010 2019

Techniques and Applications of Field-cycling Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

Lurie, D. J., Ross, P. J. & Broche, L. M. 2019 Field-cycling NMR Relaxometry: Instrumentation, Model Theories and Applications. Kimmich, R. (ed.). Royal Society of Chemistry, p. 358-384 27 p. (New Developments in NMR; vol. 2019-January, no. 18)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Magnetic resonance
Medicine
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Imaging techniques

Comparison of fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging methods and future perspectives

Bödenler, M., de Rochefort, L., Ross, P. J., Chanet, N., Guillot, G., Davies, G. R., Gösweiner, C., Scharfetter, H., Lurie, D. J. & Broche, L. M. 18 Dec 2018 In : Molecular Physics. 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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