The physics of clinical MR taught through images

The physics of clinical MR taught through images

作者:Runge, Val M./ Nitz, Wolfgang R., Ph.D./ Schmeetz, Stuart H., 出版社: , 出版日期:2008-11-30

商品條碼:9781604061611, ISBN:1604061618
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The physics of clinical MR taught through images

Winner of such prestigious radiology awards as:

Silver Medal, 2004 ARRS meeting Excellence in Design, 2003 RSNA meeting

Magnetic resonance imaging has proven to be the premier imaging technology of the last two decades, greatly exceeding CT and ultrasound in its soft tissue contrast. Yet, most radiologists who rely on MRI do not have knowledge of the fundamentals so essential to achieving and maintaining high image quality.

With a focus on clinical images rather than mathematical equations, this book takes a practical approach to MR physics that helps you to increase your diagnostic effectiveness. The text walks you through the basics of MRI using actual patient images, making it especially accessible to beginners. From MR safety and pulse sequences to contrast-enhanced MR angiography, spectroscopy, perfusion and diffusion, the book covers the topics that are most relevant in everyday practice.

Covering the key aspects of MR physics in straightforward terms and clear images, this reference will benefit all practitioners who need to increase their working knowledge and competence with MRI. It fills an important gap in the literature, and will also be valued by residents preparing for the diagnostic radiology boards.

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