Mayo Clinic Guide to Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Kiaran McGee, Matthew W. Martinez, Eric E. Williamson
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2015 - Heart - 336 pages
The Mayo Clinic Guide to Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Second Edition, is a thoroughly handy reference text and soon to be classic text -- designed to educate physicists, technologists, and clinicians in the basics of cardiac MRI. A significantly expanded and reworked clinical imaging section provides numerous imaging protocols for the most commonly indicated cardiac MRI examinations as well as a plethora of well-illustrated and described clinical examples. This text is a must have for anyone interested in developing his or her own cardiovascular MR imaging practice or advancing his or her existing skills. The addition of case-based questions and answers creates a new dimension to this expanded second edition.
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