Body Magnetic Resonance Research Group


  • MRI_field_contributions

    Example MATLAB code to perform the estimation and demodulation of field map contributions in magnetic resonance water–fat imaging from the article

    Diefenbach, M. N., Ruschke, S., Eggers, H., Meineke, J., Rummeny, E. J., & Karampinos, D. C., Improving chemical shift encoding-based water-fat separation based on a detailed consideration of magnetic field contributions, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 80(3), 990–1004 (2018).

  • trabecular_bone_QSM

    Example source code (MATLAB) to perform Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (QSM) to measure trabecular bone density from the article

    Diefenbach, M. N., Meineke, J., Ruschke, S., Baum, T., Gersing, A., Karampinos, D. C., On the Sensitivity of Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping for Measuring Trabecular Bone Density, accepted for publication in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

    also contains the implementation of the VARPRO solver for chemical species separation (CSS) described in

    Diefenbach, M. N., Ruschke, S., & Karampinos, D. C., A generalized formulation for parameter estimation in mr signals of multiple chemical species, Proceedings 25. Annual Meeting International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (pp. 5181) (2017). Honolulu, Hawaii.

  • vatsatseg

    vatsatseg is a python implementation of the matlab segmentation tool “SAT_VAT_segmentation” to segment Visceral and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue (VAT, SAT) in water-fat MRI images used in

    Shen, J., Baum, T., Cordes, C., Ott, B., Skurk, T., Kooijman, H., Rummeny, E. J., …, Automatic segmentation of abdominal organs and adipose tissue compartments in water-fat mri: application to weight-loss in obesity, European Journal of Radiology, 85(9), 1613–1621 (2016).

  • mrseqdia

    LaTeX package to create pulse sequence diagrams in magnetic resonance imaging