Los tensores de difusión permiten observar el movimiento microscópico de las moléculas de agua que están en nuestros tejidos. Si las moléculas de agua se mueven en una dirección preferente, se debe a que hay fibras neuronales en esa dirección. Esta información permite determinar el tipo de conexiones neuronales que hay entre distintas zonas del […]
The formation of biomedical imaging is an interdisciplinary area where medicine, engineering, physics, mathematicsand computer technologies are combined. The main objective in the clinical context, is to design and improvesystems to visualize non-invasively to mainly human beings, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray, CT, ultrasound, etc. Traditionally associated with anatomical images for diagnostic information […]
Functional Magnetic Resonance is used to understand how the brain works from oxygen consumption. Analyzing variations in oxygen consumption, you can know which areas of the brain are activated when performing a task or respond to different types of stimuli. Images of the brain where areas of motor function are observed, where the yellow zones […]
A resonator is an electromagnet that generates a magnetic field. Magnetic Resonance uses magnetic fields to obtain images. Radiofrequency waves are absorbed by the body’s hydrogen, which then releases them as a rotating magnetic field. This field is detected with coils on the outside. It is an ideal technique for soft tissues and has the […]
allows you to visualize the blood velocity in a three-dimensional (3D) volume throughout the cardiac cycle. These images provide different parameters of blood flow, which serve to diagnose and evaluate the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. 4DFlow Images of the Aorta. The different colors represent the velocity of blood flow.