June 15, 2020
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The history of MRI
⟶ Updated 5 Nov 2017 ⟶
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Wolfgang Pauli (1924) "Atomic nuclear should have magnetically related spins"
Isidor Rabi (1938) An experiment to detect and measure the magnetic spin of atomic nuclei
Erwin Hahn (1950) Pulse/Spin Echo concept
Carr, Purcell, Meiboom and Gill (1958) Development of pulse sequences of radiofrecuencia and magnetic energy.
Raymond Damadian (1970) Measure T1 and T2 relaxation time on various tumors in comparison with related tissues
Paul Lauterbur (1973) Use of three orthogonal gradients that is the basis of most modern MRI systems
Seiji Ogawa (1990) BOLD imaging could reveal functional activation in the brains
Debra Gusnard (2001) fMRI baseline measures could be used to explore the biological basis of “self” for understanding mental function.
Aaron Filler (1992) Set of techniques could be deployed to tract trace throughout the CNS and PNS
Denis Le Bihan (1994) MR diffusion tensor spectroscopy imaging
Susumu Mori (1999) Rules and algorithms that are used to accomplish tractography
Discovery of the fundamental physics and biological properties of nuclear magnetic resonance
Invention of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Emergence of optimized methods
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