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LAO: left anterior oblique (projection through the human body).

Larmor equation: states that the frequency of precession of the nuclear magnetic moment is proportional to the magnetic field.
  ω0 = -γ × B0 (radians per second); or
  ν0 = -γ × B0/2π (Hertz),
where ω0 and ν0, respectively, are the frequency, γ is the gyromagnetic ratio, and B0 is the magnetic induction field. The negative sign indicates the direction of rotation.

Larmor frequency (ω0 or ν0): the frequency at which magnetic resonance can be excited; given by the Larmor equation. By varying the magnetic field across the body with a gradient magnetic field, the corresponding variation of the Larmor frequency can be used to encode position. For protons (hydrogen nuclei), the Larmor frequency is 42.58 MHz/Tesla.

Lattice: the magnetic and thermal environment with which nuclei exchange energy in longitudinal relaxation.

Line imaging → Sequential line imaging.

Line scanning → Sequential line imaging.

Line width: width of line in spectrum; related to the reciprocal of the transverse relaxation time (T2* in practical systems). Measured in units of frequency, generally at the half-maximum points.

Localized spectroscopy: the acquisition of spectra from a region within a sample. The region is usually defined using selective RF pulses and field gradients.

Longitudinal magnetization (Mz): component of the macroscopic magnetization vector along the static magnetic field. Following excitation by RF pulse, Mz will approach its equilibrium value M0, with a characteristic time constant T1.

Longitudinal relaxation: return of longitudinal magnetization to its equilibrium value after excitation; requires exchange of energy between the nuclear spins and the lattice.

Longitudinal relaxation time → T1.

Lorentzian line: usual shape of the lines in an NMR spectrum, characterized by a central peak with long tails; proportional to 1/[(1/T2)2 + (ν-ν0)2], where ν is frequency and ν0 is the frequency of the peak (i.e. central resonance frequency).


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