International Journal on Magnetic Particle Imaging
Vol 8 No 1 Suppl 1 (2022): Int J Mag Part Imag

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iMPI – interventional Magnetic Particle Imaging

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Patrick Vogel  (University of Würzburg), Martin A. Rückert  (University of Würzburg), Christoph Greiner  (University of Würzburg), Teresa Reichl  (University of Würzburg), Johanna Günther  (University of Würzburg), Alexander von Boehn  (University of Würzburg), Liana Mirzojan  (University of Würzburg), Thomas Kampf (University of Würzburg), Thorsten A. Bley  (University Hospital Würzburg), Stefan Herz  (University Hospital Würzburg), Volker C. Behr  (University of Würzburg)


Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) has become a promising candidate for medical applications, especially cardiovascular interventions. Necessary milestones have been reached in multiple pre-clinical experiments and studies and are ready to be tested on human-scale MPI scanners. Only few human-sized scanner systems designed for dedicated applications are available. In this abstract, a novel approach is presented for a dedicated human-sized interventional MPI scanner.

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