volume 9, issue 2, P223-227 1991
DOI: 10.1016/0730-725x(91)90014-d
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Abstract: We present a new approach for in vivo localized spectroscopy which combines 1H and 31P one-dimensional spectroscopic imaging pulse sequences in an interleaved, time-shared manner using a surface coil. This approach was used to acquire metabolic information from a rat brain with regional ischemia at 4.7 Tesla. Spectra with very good signal-to-noise ratios, void of chemical shift artifacts, are obtainable from voxel sizes less than 0.3 cm3 in 40 min. Advantages and drawbacks of the proposed methodology are discu…

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