Recent developments in combining LODESR imaging with proton NMR imaging

I. Nicholson*, F. J.L. Robb, S. J. McCallum, A. Koptioug, D. J. Lurie

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We have designed and constructed RF coil assemblies and the appropriate instrumentation for combining proton NMR imaging with LODESR imaging. This has enabled us to collect sequential images from the same sample using both methods. The coil assembly consists of a crossed ellipse coil for LODESR and proton NMR signal detection and a saddle coil for excitation of the ESR resonance. Images have been collected of phantoms containing copper sulphate and Tempol solutions. NMR images were collected (4.3 min) and within 30 s LODESR data collection started (collection time 2.5 min). Only the Tempol solutions are visible in the LODESR images.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1851-1855
Number of pages5
JournalPhysics in Medicine and Biology
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jul 1998


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