Mechanisms responsible for the MR appearance and evolution of intracranial hemorrhage. Gomori, J. M. & Grossman, R. I. RadioGraphics, 8(3):427--440, 1988.
Mechanisms responsible for the MR appearance and evolution of intracranial hemorrhage. [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
The sequential degradation of hemoglobin in an evolving hemorrhage has been reviewed. Physical mechanisms of proton relaxation enhancement that contribute to the clinical MR appearances of hemorrhage have been described, and the dependence of relaxation rates on field strength and interecho interval in spin-echo imaging techniques has been defined.
@article{gomori_mechanisms_1988,
	title = {Mechanisms responsible for the {MR} appearance and evolution of intracranial hemorrhage.},
	volume = {8},
	url = {http://pubs.rsna.org/doi/abs/10.1148/radiographics.8.3.3380989},
	abstract = {The sequential degradation of hemoglobin in an evolving hemorrhage has been reviewed. Physical mechanisms of proton relaxation enhancement that contribute to the clinical MR appearances of hemorrhage have been described, and the dependence of relaxation rates on field strength and interecho interval in spin-echo imaging techniques has been defined.},
	number = {3},
	journal = {RadioGraphics},
	author = {Gomori, J. M. and Grossman, R. I.},
	year = {1988},
	pages = {427--440}
}

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