Martin Krämer
Martin Krämer
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3D printing of MRI compatible components: Why every MRI research group should have a low-budget 3D printer
KH Herrmann, C Gärtner, D Güllmar, M Krämer, JR Reichenbach
Medical engineering & physics 36 (10), 1373-1380, 2014
Time efficient 3D radial UTE sampling with fully automatic delay compensation on a clinical 3T MR scanner
KH Herrmann, M Krämer, JR Reichenbach
PLoS One 11 (3), e0150371, 2016
Retrospective reconstruction of cardiac cine images from golden‐ratio radial MRI using one‐dimensional navigators
M Krämer, KH Herrmann, J Biermann, JR Reichenbach
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 40 (2), 413-422, 2014
Cardiac 4D phase-contrast CMR at 9.4 T using self-gated ultra-short echo time (UTE) imaging
M Krämer, AG Motaal, KH Herrmann, B Löffler, JR Reichenbach, ...
Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 19 (1), 39, 2017
Self‐gated cardiac Cine MRI of the rat on a clinical 3 T MRI system
M Krämer, KH Herrmann, J Biermann, S Freiburger, M Schwarzer, ...
NMR in Biomedicine 28 (2), 162-167, 2015
Functional magnetic resonance imaging using PROPELLER‐EPI
M Krämer, TH Jochimsen, JR Reichenbach
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 68 (1), 140-151, 2012
Intrinsic correction of system delays for radial magnetic resonance imaging
M Krämer, J Biermann, JR Reichenbach
Magnetic Resonance Imaging 33 (4), 491-496, 2015
Difference optimization: Automatic correction of relative frequency and phase for mean non-edited and edited GABA 1H MEGA-PRESS spectra
M Cleve, M Krämer, A Gussew, JR Reichenbach
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 279, 16-21, 2017
High resolution T2*-weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging at 3 Tesla using PROPELLER-EPI
M Kraemer, JR Reichenbach
Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik 24 (2), 164-173, 2014
Comparison of metabolic adaptations between endurance‐and sprint‐trained athletes after an exhaustive exercise in two different calf muscles using a multi‐slice 31P‐MR …
K Moll, A Gussew, M Nisser, S Derlien, M Krämer, JR Reichenbach
NMR in Biomedicine 31 (4), e3889, 2018
T1 and T2* mapping of the human quadriceps and patellar tendons using ultra-short echo-time (UTE) imaging and bivariate relaxation parameter-based volumetric visualization
M Krämer, MB Maggioni, NM Brisson, S Zachow, U Teichgräber, ...
Magnetic resonance imaging 63, 29-36, 2019
Segmentation and visualization of the human cranial bone by T2* approximation using ultra-short echo time (UTE) magnetic resonance imaging
M Krämer, B Herzau, JR Reichenbach
Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik 30 (1), 51-59, 2020
Image Based Correction of Radial Trajectory Shifts
J Biermann, M Krämer, JR Reichenbach
Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Meeting of ISMRM, 1545, 2014
Mechanics and MRI T2* mapping of tendon extracellular matrix under differential swelling
M Kollert, M Krämer, N Brisson, T Qazi, J Reichenbach, G Duda
Zeitschrift für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie 158 (S 01), DKOU20-718, 2020
Immersion of Achilles tendon in phosphate‐buffered saline influences T1 and T2* relaxation times: An ex vivo study
M Krämer, MR Kollert, NM Brisson, MB Maggioni, GN Duda, ...
NMR in Biomedicine 33 (6), e4288, 2020
Ultra-short echo-time (UTE) imaging of the knee with curved surface reconstruction-based extraction of the patellar tendon
M Krämer, MB Maggioni, C Tycowicz, N Brisson, S Zachow, GN Duda, ...
High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Radial Acqusition Strategies
M Krämer
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, 2016
Measuring 3D knee dynamics using center out radial ultra-short echo time trajectories with a low cost experimental setup
M Krämer, KH Herrmann, H Boeth, C Tycowicz, C König, S Zachow, ...
High resolution T {sub 2}{sup*}-weighted magnetic resonance imaging at 3 Tesla using PROPELLER-EPI
M Kraemer, JR Reichenbach
Intrinsisch getriggerte MR-Herzbildgebung der Ratte an einem klinischen 3T MR-Scanner
M Krämer, KH Herrmann, J Biermann, JS Freiburger, M Schwarzer, ...
RöFo-Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Röntgenstrahlen und der bildgebenden …, 2014
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