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Highlights - Q&A with Kelly McPhee

Kelly McPhee explores the accuracy and sensitivity of simultaneous T2/B1 mapping, in May Editor's pick of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. In their work entitled Transverse relaxation and flip angle mapping: Evaluation of simultaneous and independent methods using multiple spin echoes, Kelly McPhee and Alan Wilman evaluated transverse relaxation (T2) and flip angle maps derived from Bloch simulations and Extended Phase Graph (EPG).

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