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There are many other applications where micro-CT has an important impact, and these may include the measurement of other biological tissues (cartilage, ligaments, vasculature) using contrast imaging, as well as nonbiological materials. As the micro-CT methods push the boundaries for ultrahigh-resolution imaging from synchrotron radiation and patient applications for in vivo measurements, there will be the corresponding development of new approaches that can be used to analyze the data. While the collection of high-quality data critical to its success, so is the development of appropriate methods of extracting information.
2007). The optimal superparamagnetic particle for MR imaging will depend on the biodistribution and targeting requirements of the intended application. A third group of newer molecular imaging agents are based on CEST and paramagnetic CEST (PARACEST) agents (Woods et al. 2006). These contrast agents contain one or more pool of exchangeable protons with a sharply defined resonance frequency and a large chemical shift distinct from the bulk water pool. I. Tuor exchangeable protons, which transfer their magnetization to the free water upon exchange, leading to a drop in signal intensity and a negative contrast.
2007; Talos et al. 2006). Such information is important in that water diffusion within tissues is generally unequal directionally. I. Tuor x B A y C E z Diffusion T2 FA V λ1 B D λ3 ADC v F Orientation Map λ2 Fig. 2 (a–f) Applications of diffusion MRI using standard (a, b) and diffusion tensor imaging (c–f). Example of standard diffusion MR images from a neonatal rat brain soon after a transient cerebral hypoxia–ischemia depicts areas of ischemic injury as increases in intensity in a diffusionweighted image (a) or a decrease in the apparent diffusion coefficient of water in the ADC map (b).