MRI for radiographers
This book gives a concise yet comprehensive description of the essential aspects of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The authors have aimed to incorporate as many aspects of MRI as possible from basic principles to advanced topics and to explain them in terms which can be understood by anyone regardless of their MRI experience. Included in this are descriptions of instrumentation and methods as well as a practical guide to safety and techniques. The authors' treatment of the subject distinguishes the book from other introductory texts by virtue of the extensive use of figures and tables.
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