Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images

Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images

by Val M. Runge

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Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images by Val M. Runge

Award Winner, RSNA 2009! This lavishly illustrated book uses high-quality images to present a practical guide to the physics of magnetic resonance. Written by internationally renowned authors, the book places an emphasis on learning visually through images of real cases rather than through mathematical equations and provides the fundamental information needed to achieve the best images in everyday clinical practice. This edition features new images and incorporates information on the latest technical advances in the field, discussing such important topics as 3 T, specific absorption rate (SAR), arterial spin labeling, continuous moving table MR, and time-resolved contrast enhanced MR angiography.Highlights:

  • Concise chapters make difficult concepts easy to digest
  • 400 high-quality images and illustrations demonstrate key concepts
  • This book is a valuable reference for radiologists and an excellent resource for residents preparing for board examinations. It is also ideal for MR technologists and students seeking to fully understand the basic principles underlying this important diagnostic tool.

    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9781604061628
    Publisher: Thieme
    Publication date: 01/01/2011
    Sold by: Barnes & Noble
    Format: NOOK Book
    Pages: 256
    File size: 12 MB
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    About the Author

    John Sealy Distinguished Chair in Radiology; Professor and Chair; Department of Radiology; The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB); Galveston, TX, USA

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