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Magnetic field gradient

Magnetic field gradient

in magnetic resonance imaging, a magnetic field that varies with location, superimposed on the uniform field of the magnet, to alter the resonant frequency of nuclei and allow recovery of their spatial position.

Synonym: field gradient.


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