Norbert Pelc
Norbert Pelc
Professor of Radiology (Emeritus), Stanford University
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Generalized image combinations in dual KVP digital radiography
LA Lehmann, RE Alvarez, A Macovski, WR Brody, NJ Pelc, SJ Riederer, ...
Medical physics 8 (5), 659-667, 1981
Iterative decomposition of water and fat with echo asymmetry and least‐squares estimation (IDEAL): application with fast spin‐echo imaging
SB Reeder, AR Pineda, Z Wen, A Shimakawa, H Yu, JH Brittain, GE Gold, ...
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2005
Phase contrast cine magnetic resonance imaging
NJ Pelc, RJ Herfkens, A Shimakawa, DR Enzmann
Magnetic resonance quarterly 7 (4), 229-254, 1991
Photon-counting CT: technical principles and clinical prospects
MJ Willemink, M Persson, A Pourmorteza, NJ Pelc, D Fleischmann
Radiology 289 (2), 293-312, 2018
Multicoil Dixon chemical species separation with an iterative least‐squares estimation method
SB Reeder, Z Wen, H Yu, AR Pineda, GE Gold, M Markl, NJ Pelc
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2004
Concomitant gradient terms in phase contrast MR: analysis and correction
MA Bernstein, XJ Zhou, JA Polzin, KF King, A Ganin, NJ Pelc, GH Glover
Magnetic resonance in medicine 39 (2), 300-308, 1998
Unaliasing by Fourier‐encoding the overlaps using the temporal dimension (UNFOLD), applied to cardiac imaging and fMRI
B Madore, GH Glover, NJ Pelc
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 1999
Encoding strategies for three‐direction phase‐contrast MR imaging of flow
NJ Pelc, MA Bernstein, A Shimakawa, GH Glover
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1 (4), 405-413, 1991
Time‐resolved three‐dimensional phase‐contrast MRI
M Markl, FP Chan, MT Alley, KL Wedding, MT Draney, CJ Elkins, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Official Journal of the …, 2003
Normal flow patterns of intracranial and spinal cerebrospinal fluid defined with phase-contrast cine MR imaging.
DR Enzmann, NJ Pelc
Radiology 178 (2), 467-474, 1991
The anatomy of the posterior communicating artery as a risk factor for ischemic cerebral infarction
DF Schomer, MP Marks, GK Steinberg, IM Johnstone, DB Boothroyd, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 330 (22), 1565-1570, 1994
Rapid calculation of T1 using variable flip angle gradient refocused imaging
EK Fram, RJ Herfkens, GA Johnson, GH Glover, JP Karis, A Shimakawa, ...
Magnetic resonance imaging 5 (3), 201-208, 1987
Analysis of T2 limitations and off‐resonance effects on spatial resolution and artifacts in echo‐planar imaging
F Farzaneh, SJ Riederer, NJ Pelc
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 14 (1), 123-139, 1990
Comparison of linear and circular polarization for magnetic resonance imaging
GH Glover, CE Hayes, NJ Pelc, WA Edelstein, OM Mueller, HR Hart, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance (1969) 64 (2), 255-270, 1985
Quantitative magnetic resonance flow imaging.
NJ Pelc, FG Sommer, KC Li, TJ Brosnan, RJ Herfkens, DR Enzmann
Magnetic resonance quarterly 10 (3), 125-147, 1994
An algorithm for the reduction of metal clip artifacts in CT reconstructions
GH Glover, NJ Pelc
Medical physics 8 (6), 799-807, 1981
Brain motion: measurement with phase-contrast MR imaging.
DR Enzmann, NJ Pelc
Radiology 185 (3), 653-660, 1992
Noise due to photon counting statistics in computed x-ray tomography
DA Chesler, SJ Riederer, NJ Pelc
Journal of computer assisted tomography 1 (1), 64-74, 1977
Field map estimation with a region growing scheme for iterative 3‐point water‐fat decomposition
H Yu, SB Reeder, A Shimakawa, JH Brittain, NJ Pelc
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2005
Time-resolved 3-dimensional velocity mapping in the thoracic aorta: visualization of 3-directional blood flow patterns in healthy volunteers and patients
M Markl, MT Draney, MD Hope, JM Levin, FP Chan, MT Alley, NJ Pelc, ...
Journal of computer assisted tomography 28 (4), 459-468, 2004
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