Medical Definition of Transverse relaxation

1. In nuclear magnetic resonance, the rapid decay of the nuclear magnetization vector at right angles to the magnetic field after the 90° pulse is turned off; the signal is called free induction decay. See: T2. Compare: longitudinal relaxation. (05 Mar 2000)



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transverse occipital sulcus
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transverse part of left branch of portal vein
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transverse rectal folds
transverse relaxation (current term)
transverse rhombencephalic flexure
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transverse temporal convolutions
transverse temporal gyri
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