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Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle.

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De Poorter, J, De Wagter, C, De Deene, Y, Thomsen, C, Ståhlberg, F & Achten, E 1995, 'Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle.' Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 74-81.

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De Poorter, J., De Wagter, C., De Deene, Y., Thomsen, C., Ståhlberg, F., & Achten, E. (1995). Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 33(1), 74-81.

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De Poorter J, De Wagter C, De Deene Y, Thomsen C, Ståhlberg F, Achten E. 1995. Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 33(1):74-81.

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De Poorter J, De Wagter C, De Deene Y, Thomsen C, Ståhlberg F, Achten E. Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 1995;33(1):74-81.

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De Poorter, J ; De Wagter, C ; De Deene, Y ; Thomsen, C ; Ståhlberg, F ; Achten, E. / Noninvasive MRI thermometry with the proton resonance frequency (PRF) method: in vivo results in human muscle. In: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 1995 ; Vol. 33, No. 1. pp. 74-81.

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AU - Achten, E

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