Selected Publications

Antons, S., S.M. Müller, E. Wegmann, P. Trotzke, M.M. Schulte, M. Brand (2019): Facets of impulsivity and related aspects differentiate among recreational and unregulated use of Internet pornography. Journal of Behavioral Addictions.

Brunheim, S., M. Gratz, S. Johst, A.K. Bitz, T.M. Fiedler, M.E. Ladd, H.H. Quick, S. Orzada (2018): Fast and accurate multi-channel B1+ mapping based on the TIAMO technique for 7T UHF body MRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.

Hong, D., J.J.Av. Asten, S.R. Rankouhi, J.W. Thielen, D.G. Norris (2018): Implications of the magnetic susceptibility difference between grey and white matter for single-voxel proton spectroscopy at 7 T. Journal of Magnetic Resonance.

Ladd, M.E. (2018): The quest for higher sensitivity in MRI through higher magnetic fields. Zeitschrift für medizinische Physik.

Orzada, S., K. Solbach, M. Gratz, S. Brunheim, T.M. Fiedler, S. Johst, A.K. Bitz, S. Shooshtary, A. Abuelhaija, M.N. Völker, SH.G. Rietsch, O. Kraff, S. Maderwald, M. Flöser, M. Oehmigen, H.H. Quick, M.E. Ladd (2019): A 32-channel parallel transmit system add-on for 7T MRI. PLoS One.

Pfaffenrot, V., S. Brunheim, S.H.G. Rietsch, P.J. Koopmans, T.M. Ernst, O. Kraff, S. Orzada, H.H. Quick (2018): An 8/15-channel Tx/Rx head neck RF coil combination with region-specific B1+ shimming for whole-brain MRI focused on the cerebellum at 7T. Magnetic Reson­ance in Medicine

Philips, B.W.J., M.Jv. Uden, S.H.G. Rietsch, S. Orzada, T.W.J. Scheenen (2019): A multitransmit external body array combined with a 1 H and 31 P endorectal coil to enable a multiparametric and multimetabolic MRI examination of the prostate at 7T. Medical Physics.

Rietsch, S.H.G., S. Orzada, S. Maderwald, S. Brunheim, B.W.J. Philips, T.W.J. Scheenen, M.E. Ladd, H.H. Quick (2018): 7T ultra-high field body MR imaging with an 8-channel transmit/32-channel receive radiofrequency coil array. Medical Physics.

Thielen, J., S. Gancheva, D. Hong, S.R. Rankouhi, B. Chen, M. Apostolopoulou, E. Anadol-Schmitz, M. Roden, D.G. Norris (2019): Tendolkar, I. Higher GABA concentration in the medial prefrontal cortex of Type 2 diabetes patients is associated with episodic memory dysfunction. Human Brain Mapping.