The Local Effective Flip Angle in the Presence of Highly Inhomogeneous B1-Fields and Flow
Jakob P, Fidler F
University of Wrzburg
The proposed method can easily access the local effective flip angle in highly inhomogeneous B1-fields that covers through-plane flow effects as well as slice profile.
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