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Ernst Wolfgang Stautner, Kathleen Melanie Amm, Robbi Lynn McDonald, Anthony Mantone, John Scaturro JR, Longzhi Jiang, Weijun Shen: Penetration tube assemblies for reducing cryostat heat load. General Electric Company, December 6, 2012: US20120309630-A1

A penetration assembly for a cryostat is presented. The penetration assembly includes a wall member having a first end and a second end and configured to alter an effective thermal length of the wall member, where a first end of the wall member is communicatively coupled to a high temperature region ...


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Stormont Robert Steven, Anas Michael Charles, Pelc Norbert Joseph: Radio frequency receiver for a nmr instrument.. Gen Electric, February 6, 1991: EP0411840-A2 (113 worldwide citation)

A receiver processes an NMR signal to produce a baseband image information signal from which two quadrature component signals are derived. An intermediate frequency section mixes (303, 306) the received NMR signal with two reference signals (201, 204) to shift the image information into a frequency ...


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Mckinnon Graeme C: A medical appliance for use in magnetic resonance imaging procedures.. Schneider Europ, September 27, 1995: EP0673621-A1 (58 worldwide citation)

A guidewire 9 for vascular procedures is formed by a coaxial cable acting as antenna in a magnetic resonance imaging system 1.


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Krause Norbert Dr: High-frequency device in a nuclear spin resonance apparatus.. Siemens, March 9, 1983: EP0073375-A2 (39 worldwide citation)

Eine Einrichtung zur Erzeugung eines zumindest weitgehend homogenen magnetischen Hochfrequenzfeldes und/oder zum Empfang von hochfrequenten Signalen in einer Kernspinresonanz-Apparatur, insbesondere zur Zeugmatographie, enthält mindestens zwei sich auf mindestens einer gedachten Zylindermantelfläche ...


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Okamoto Kazuya C O Intellectua, Satoh Kozo C O Intellectual Pr: Magnetic resonance imaging system.. Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co, February 13, 1991: EP0412824-A2 (32 worldwide citation)

A magnetic resonance imaging system includes a magnetic field applying section (101-104, 107-109) for applying a static field, gradient field pulses, and an RF field to an object to be examined, a signal detecting section (109, 110, 111), including a homogeneous coil (109) and a plurality of surface ...


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Hinshaw Waldo Stephen, Gauss Robert Charles: Apparatus for generating or detecting field components in a magnetic resonance system.. Technicare, August 3, 1983: EP0084946-A1 (31 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for generating and detecting magnetic field components oscillating at a radio frequency in a direction transverse to a static magnetic field in a nuclear-magnetic-resonance (NMR) system. The apparatus has a plurality of conductive elements spaced from one another and from the axis along wh ...


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Horigane Akira, Matsukura Ushio, Kamio Masayoshi: Apparatus and method for magnetic resonance imaging. Director General Of National A, September 4, 1996: EP0730164-A1 (30 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a method for magnetic resonance imaging of a sample to be inspected, in which an accurate MR image can be obtained at a high resolution with permission of the sample exchange without the sample chamber to be taken out of the apparatus under omission of renewed operation of tuning an ...


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Misic George J, Rhinehart Edward J, Welch Thomas R, Claiborne Theodore C: Intracavity probe and interface device for mri imaging and spectroscopy.. Medrad, September 5, 1990: EP0385367-A1 (30 worldwide citation)

An insertable pickup probe (10) and interface network (12) for magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy. The pickup probe in the preferred embodiment is for use in imaging the male prostate and comprises an elongated shaft (14) supporting a patient interface balloon (16) at its distal end which c ...


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Horigane Akira, Yoshida Hisashi, Matsukura Ushio, Nawa Yoshihiko, Horisue Noboru, Kamio Masayoshi: Apparatus and method for analyzing physiological state of organism. Director General Of National A, December 27, 1996: EP0750188-A1 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a method for analyzing the physiological state of a sample of a living organism of eucaryotes and procaryotes, for example, plants, seeds, tissues, calluses and microorganisms, permitting to examine the sample for its physiological state internally in a successive and non-destructiv ...


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