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Electrical Properties Tomography Based on B1 Maps in MRI: Principles, Applications and Challenges.

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Summary of "Electrical Properties Tomography Based on B1 Maps in MRI: Principles, Applications and Challenges."

The purpose is to provide a comprehensive review of the electrical properties tomography (EPT) technique, which was introduced to image the electrical properties (EPs) of tissue noninvasively by exploiting the measured B1 field data of MRI.

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Name: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
ISSN: 1558-2531
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