Anisotropic Conductivity Imaging with MREIT Using J-substitution and Hybrid J-substitution Algorithms

Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Tomography (MREIT) is a tomographical imaging technique which uses measurements of magnetic flux density induced by a probing current to reconstruct electrical conductivity distribution within a conductor object with magnetic resonance active nuclei. In this study, two novel anisotropic conductivity reconstruction algorithms for MREIT are proposed. The technique is evaluated with simulated measurements.