Is iron the source of post mortem susceptibility contrast in the brain ?


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F. Schweser, C. Langkammer, A. Deistung, N. Krebs, W. Goessler, E. Scheurer, K. Yen, F. Fazekas, J. Reichenbach, S. Ropele
2010

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Schweser, F., Langkammer, C., Deistung, A., Krebs, N., Goessler, W., Scheurer, E., … Ropele, S. (2010). Is iron the source of post mortem susceptibility contrast in the brain ?

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Schweser, F., C. Langkammer, A. Deistung, N. Krebs, W. Goessler, E. Scheurer, K. Yen, F. Fazekas, J. Reichenbach, and S. Ropele. “Is Iron the Source of Post Mortem Susceptibility Contrast in the Brain ?” (2010).

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Schweser, F., et al. Is Iron the Source of Post Mortem Susceptibility Contrast in the Brain ? 2010.


Abstract

F. Schweser, C. Langkammer, A. Deistung, N. Krebs, W. Goessler, E. Scheurer, K. Yen, F. Fazekas, J. R. Reichenbach, and S. Ropele Medical Physics Group, Dept. of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology 1, Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany, School of Medicine, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Jena, Germany, Dept. of Neurology, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Clinical-Forensic Imaging, Graz, Austria, Institute of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, University of Graz, Graz, Austria