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Multiple echo frequency-domain image contrast: Improved signal-to-noise ratio and T-2 (T-2*) weighting

Bibliographic reference Yang, QX ; Demeure, RJ ; Dardzinski, BJ ; Arnold, BW ; Smith, MB. Multiple echo frequency-domain image contrast: Improved signal-to-noise ratio and T-2 (T-2*) weighting. In: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol. 41, no. 2, p. 423-428 (1999)
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