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The fanning out or loss of phase coherence of signals within the transverse plane. See also T2.
A magnetic field characterized by its own north and south magnetic poles separated by a finite distance.
A continuous current that flows in only one direction.
DIRECT CURRENT (DC)
The total number of pixels in the selected matrix, which is described by the product of its phase and frequency axis.
A theory of magnetism which assumes that groups of atoms produced by movement of electrons align themselves in groups called"domains" in magnetic materials.
Diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid - Gadolinium chelating (chemical bonding) agent that solves the problem of toxicity