MRI is an ideal tool for physiological experiments as it can provide a wide range of relevant quantitative information non-invasively. The purpose of this user group is to support investigators wishing to use MRI to address physiology and pathology research questions relating to the human abdominal region. For example:
Examples of (left to right) liver relaxometry, kidney perfusion and imaging of food materials in the stomach
Nottingham Digestive DiseasesBiomedical Research Centre
Renal MRI Research Group
Gastrointestinal (GI) MRI Research Group
Liver MRI Research Group
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