Magnetic particle imaging systems


Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Bursa Uludağ University, FEN BİLİMLERİ ENSTİTÜSÜ, Turkey

Approval Date: 2019

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: Elif Uzak

Supervisor: HÜSEYİN OVALIOĞLU

Abstract:

Although the MPI topology is generally different from MRI, magnetic excitation and its properties, as well as resting environments, MRI studies such as center collector, tracerbased, diagnostic imaging and purification system it MPI topology are the main points of interest in Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI), NMR and MRI researches. systems and imaging concepts. Indeed, MPI contains superparamagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) substances, which are rarely used in the same way for MRI tissue tracking studies. MPI also allows for high quality viewer, quick image acquisition and view room (FOV) which can be adjusted at any time. The MPI permits direct measurement of the linearity of the intensity of the signal strength, as well as the tracer content. Furthermore, there is no war in exposure time, including MPI ionizing radiation. The ionizing radiation exposure (Computed Tomography) of these properties may outweigh the disadvantages of conventional methods such as the presence of two-dimensional information or limitations in transient resolution (Magnetic Resonance). Stem cell therapy has a high potential for treating the disease in conditions such as heart failure, stroke and traumatic events. The image quality in this new imaging system is the quality of magnetic nanoparticles used for MPI. It is very important to know the behavior of fuzzy particles. Magnetic particle spectrometer (MPS) system is used to analyze the behavior of particles. The signals obtained from the system that enables the analysis of the properties of nanoparticles are transferred to the computer. Structured planning Programming languages such as MATLAB and Python enable planning, data analysis and MPI viewing. Here, information on MPS and MPI system topologies has been compiled from various sources for new researchers looking to work on this topic.