MRI in Practice
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a valuable technology used in diagnostic radiography. The clear, anatomical images that are produced in any plane, coupled with inherent safety for the patient and long-term cost effectiveness, have promoted the use and availability of MRI around the world.
The new edition of MRI in Practice continues to provide a comprehensive introduction to MRI, describing the essential concepts in a clear and accessible style. The physics theory of MRI is explained in detail and set out in an uncomplicated manner. The text has been thoroughly revised and updated with many new illustrations and images. Key topics including K Space and Echo Planar Imaging have been fully expanded to take into account urrent practices. The new edition retains the popular chapter format, which presents key points at the outset, followed by learning points and a questions section to help readers evaluate their comprehension of the text. A new chapter, 'Advances in MRI Techniques,' brings together all the relevant current developments, such as Functional Imaging, Perfusion, and Diffusion.
This book is superbly illustrated with over 200 line drawings and images. Each chapter contains education aids, such as learning points and review questions to help students evaluate their understandinf of the text.
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This book will be of value to all radiographers, technologists and radiologists who are currently involved with, or who wish to know about, MRI. This book is an essential reading post-graduate radiography courses and a required text for the ARRT Advanced Certificate.
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Review: MRI in PracticeUser Review - Goodreads
A very good book for mri basics. I would keep such a book as a reference if I am specialized in MRI technology. I read a lot from it but not everything.
Review: MRI in PracticeUser Review - Kevin - Goodreads
Overall, a useable textbook, but the organization is a little odd. The intro Chapter discusses the theoretical basics, which could be expanded, but the hardware basics aren't discussed until much ... Read full review