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David J Watmough, John R Mallard, Kullevro Hynynen: Ultra sound hyperthermia device. The University of Aberdeen, Carlton Medical Products, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, March 3, 1987: US04646756 (239 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound unit for the clinical application of hyperthermia to tumor cells in soft tissue. The ultrasound hyperthermic unit includes in one aspect an array of sonic transducers (1) radially disposed about an axis and angled to direct sonic energy (12) towards said axis at a point remote from sai ...


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James M S Hutchison, Robert J Sutherland, William A Edelstein, John R Mallard: Coil winding for quadrupolar fields. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 12, 1982: US04310799 (28 worldwide citation)

A coil is constructed such as that required in NMR imaging apparatus and in some NMR analytical applications, gradients can be established on selected axes within a uniform magnetic field. The windings of the coil also constitute an electrostatic screen which isolates the high-frequency coupling coi ...


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William A Edelstein, James M S Hutchison, Glyn Johnson, Thomas W T Redpath, John R Mallard: Methods of producing image information from objects. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 19, 1985: US04506222 (23 worldwide citation)

To produce image information from an object it is subjected to a continuous static magnetic field along a Z axis and to sets of sequences of orthogonal gradients G.sub.x, G.sub.y and G.sub.z to the magnetic field. Spins in a selected plane (the X-Z plane) are excited by selective rf pulses and an as ...


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William A Edelstein, James M S Hutchison, Glyn Johnson, Thomas W T Redpath, John R Mallard: Methods of producing image information from objects. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 29, 1984: US04451788 (21 worldwide citation)

To produce image information from an object it is subjected to a continuous static magnetic field along a Z axis and to sets of sequences of gradient G.sub.x, G.sub.y and G.sub.z to the magnetic field. Spins in a selected plane (the X-Z plane) are excited by selective rf pulses and an associated G.s ...


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James M S Hutchison, John R Mallard, Robert J Sutherland: Methods of deriving image information from objects. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby and Cushman, September 15, 1981: US04290019 (21 worldwide citation)

A method of deriving image formation from an object using nuclear magnetic resonance signals comprises the steps of subjecting an object to a static magnetic field along one axis, applying a first gradient to said magnetic field which varies in a direction orthogonal to said axis together with a 90. ...


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John R Mallard, Glyn Johnson, Linda M Eastwood, Thomas W T Redpath, James M S Hutchison: Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging method. National Research Development Corporation, Silverman Cass Singer & Winburn, August 19, 1986: US04607223 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of deriving three dimensional image information from an object using nuclear magnetic resonance signals is described. The method comprises subjecting the object to a continuous, static magnetic field and carrying out the following set of sequential steps.


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John Lurie, David M Bussell, John R Mallard: Methods of obtaining images representing the distribution of paramagnetic molecules in solution. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 2, 1990: US04891593 (6 worldwide citation)

An image of the distribution of the molecules of a paramagnetic substance in solution obtained by exciting EPR resonance in the solute and obtaining an NMR image of selected nuclei (e.g. protons) in the solvent.


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William A Edelstein, James M S Hutchison, Glyn Johnson, Thomas W T Redpath, John R Mallard: Methods of producing image information from objects. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 22, 1986: US04602214 (6 worldwide citation)

To produce image information from an object it is subjected to a continuous static magnetic field along a Z axis to sets of sequences of orthogonal gradients G.sub.x, G.sub.y and G.sub.z to the magnetic field. Spins in a selected plane (the X-Z plane) are excited by selective rf pulses and an associ ...


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William A Edelstein, James M S Hutchison, Glyn Johnson, Thomas W T Redpath, John R Mallard: Methods of producing image formation from objects. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, November 10, 1987: US04706025 (5 worldwide citation)

To produce image information from an object it is subjected to a continuous static magnetic field along a Z axis and to sets of sequences of orthogonal gradients G.sub.x, G.sub.y and G.sub.z to the magnetic field. Spins in a selected plane (the X-Z plane) are excited by selective rf pulses and an as ...


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David J Lurie, John R Mallard, Ian Nicholson: Method of containing images representing the distribution of paramagnetic material in solution. British Technology Group, Cushman Darby & Cushman, November 26, 1996: US05578922 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of proton-electron double-resonance magnetic resonance imaging in which a sample containing paramagnetic material is subjected to a polarizing magnetic field during a polarization period, a subsequent evolution period and thereafter a detection period, and the sample ...