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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) zeugmatographic imaging may be accomplished in a number of ways. Reconstruction from projections offers several advantages when compared with those techniques that depend upon transient perturbations of the NMR response. The generation of either two- or three-dimensional images is possible, and the effects of differences in relaxation times and spectroscopic properties may be incorporated into the experiment. Complete three-dimensional reconstruction is an especially efficient imaging method, and some examples of such images are shown.