UMRAM's former postdoctoral researcher Dr. Irtiza Gilani and his collaborators have published a comprehensive review article in NMR in Biomedicine earlier this year. This article presents a critique of all rotating-frame MRI methods developed since inception of this relaxometry technique in MRI during the last 30 years. The rotating-frame MRI methods are relaxation rate measurement techniques which can be used in addition to the traditional T1 or T2 measurements. Current clinical applications of this technique are also summarized in this paper. Click here for further information and the journal article."