C Jenkins, M Chandler, F Langbein, S Schirmer. Modelling, Optimization and QA for Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. All Wales Medical Physics and Engineering Summer Meeting, short talk and poster, 2017. [PDF]
In-vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), can potentially give information on the chemical level – allowing quantification of relative concentrations of chemical biomarkers of disease. However, using standard single voxel spectroscopy sequences such as PRESS we find in-vivo spectra to be a convolution of many constituent signals, and separating them into their components is not always possible.
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