Concluding Remarks

Magnetic resonance imaging is a very powerful tool, able to access and measure many parameters of morphological, pathological, and physiological importance. Yet it is, to some extent, this very power that makes MRI sensitive to a number of image artifacts of diverse origin. Diligent data acquisition should overcome many of these problems. But inevitably artifacts will remain in the data, and it is important to be able to recognize all and deal with at least some of these remaining problems. I hope that this chapter has served to aid in this respect.

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