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Gadian, D. G. (1995). NMR and Its Applications to Living Systems,

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Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore. Jackson, G. D., and Duncan, J. S. (1996). MRI Neuroanatomy: A

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Mitchell, D. G. (1999). MRI Principles. Saunders, Philadelphia. Rajan, S. S. (1998). MRI: A Conceptual Overview. Springer, New York.

Toga, A. W., and Mazziotta, J. C. (Eds.) (1996). Brain Mapping: The

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