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Author Hashemi, Ray H.

Title MRI : the basics / Ray Hashman Hashemi, William G. Bradley Jr., Christopher J. Lisanti.

Publication Info. Philadelphia, PA : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [2010]


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Edition 3rd ed.
Description 1 online resource (ix, 385 pages) : illustrations
Series LWW medical book collection.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introductory math -- Basic principles of MRI -- Radio frequency pulse -- T1, T2, and T2* -- TR, TE, and tissue contrast -- Tissue contrast: some clinical applications -- Pulse sequences: part I (Saturation, partial saturation, inversion recovery) -- Pulse sequences: part II (Spin echo) -- Fourier transform -- Image construction: part I (Slice selection) -- Image construction: part II (Spatial encoding) -- Signal processing -- Data space -- Pulse sequence diagram -- Field of view -- k-Space: the final frontier! -- Scan parameters and image optimization -- Artifacts in MRI -- Fast spin echo -- Gradient echo: part I (Basic principles) -- Gradient echo: part II (Fast scanning techniques) -- Echo planar imaging -- New scanning features -- Parallel imaging (by Mark Bydder, Ph. D.) -- Tissue suppression techniques -- Flow phenomena -- MR angiography (contributions by Jiang Du, Ph. D.) -- Cardiac MRI -- MR spectroscopy in the brain -- High performance gradients -- The many combinations of MRI.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. New York, N.Y. : Ovid Technologies, Inc. 2010. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary This book presents this complicated topic in a readable, understandable fashion without sacrificing the fundamental concepts. The reader will find comprehensive coverage of MRI physics, from basic principles to up-to-the-minute techniques, using a minimum of mathematics and employing state of the art images and instructive diagrams.
Subject Magnetic resonance imaging.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Magnetic resonance imaging. (OCoLC)fst01005780
Genre/Form Examination Questions.
Problems and Exercises.
Added Author Bradley, William G., Jr.
Lisanti, Christopher J.
Ovid Technologies, Inc.
Added Title Magnetic resonance imaging
Other Form: Original 9781608311156 1608311155 (DLC) 2010001237 (OCoLC)498978042
ISBN 9781608311156
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