MRI at a Glance

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Wiley, Jul 8, 2002 - Medical - 128 pages
Students of radiology and radiography at both undergraduate and postgraduate level often experience difficulty in learning MRI techniques. This book provides concise, easily accessible information on MRI physics which can be used as a revision tool.

Topics covered include relaxation processes, image contrast, pulse sequences, image production, image quality, artefacts, MRA, instrumentation and safety. Double page spreads for each section will contain a diagram and/or image depicting the main concepts of MR physics together with a succinct account of the topic in bullet points and tables.

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Catherine Westbrook is a Senior Lecturer and MRI Field Leader at Anglia Polytechnic University, Cambridge, UK and external examiner, lecturer and advisor on several other postgraduate courses in MRI around the world. In the past, Cathy has been President of the British Association of MR Radiographers, Honorary Secretary of the British Institute of Radiology and Chairperson of the Consortium for the Accreditation of Clinical MR Education.

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