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Evaluation of magnetic resonance imaging acoustic noise reduction technology by magnetic gradient waveform control.

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Summary of "Evaluation of magnetic resonance imaging acoustic noise reduction technology by magnetic gradient waveform control."

ComforTone is a noise reduction technology used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems; it suppresses acoustic noise by modifying pulse sequences, which appropriately changes the magnetic field gradient waveforms. Although ComforTone can be used to solve the acoustic noise problems that affect patients who are exposed to acoustic noise from MRI, to the best of our knowledge, the associated technical details have not been published and its effects on acoustic noise reduction remain unclear.

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Name: Magnetic resonance imaging
ISSN: 1873-5894
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