Clinical MR Imaging and Physics: A Tutorial by Haris S. ChrysikopoulosClinical MR Imaging and Physics: A Tutorial by Haris S. Chrysikopoulos

Clinical MR Imaging and Physics: A Tutorial

byHaris S. Chrysikopoulos

Paperback | November 20, 2008

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This book is a complete introduction to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and is addressed to a wide audience. It is composed of two complementary parts, dealing with the physics and the clinical aspects of MRI.The theoretical background of MRI is presented in a clear, direct and succinct manner. Material not vital to routine clinical work is omitted or skimmed over.The second part is a novel approach to clinical MRI that stimulates the reader's thinking. The emphasis is on the mental steps that lead clinicians to a complete and meaningful diagnosis.
Title:Clinical MR Imaging and Physics: A TutorialFormat:PaperbackDimensions:186 pagesPublished:November 20, 2008Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:354077999X

ISBN - 13:9783540779995

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Table of Contents

Resonance.- Electromagnetic Fields.- Macroscopic Magnetization.- Macroscopic Magnetization Revisited.- Excitation Phenomena.- T1 Relaxation (Longitudinal or Spin-Lattice).- Partial Saturation.- T2 Relaxation (Transverse or Spin-Spin).- Magnetic Substrates of T1 Relaxation.- Magnetic Substrates of T2 Relaxation.- Free Induction Decay.- Spin Echo.- Composite T1/T2 Phenomena.- Inversion Recovery.- Image Formation-Fourier Transform-Gradients.- Gradient Echo Imaging.- Pulse Sequences.- Fast or Turbo Spin Echo Imaging.- Selective Fat Suppression.- Chemical Shift Imaging.- Magnetization Transfer Contrast.- Diffusion.- Artifacts.- Noise.- Imaging Time.- Resolution.- Contrast Agents.- Blood Flow.- MR Angiography.- Basics of MR Examinations and Interpretation.

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From the reviews:"This introductory book is designed to take readers from the fundamentals of proton interactions to the interpretation of clinical MR imaging studies. . All healthcare professionals are the intended audience. The book is certainly suitable for radiologists interested in MRI or MR technologists wanting to learn the essentials of the technique. . provides a good starting point for those involved in MR imaging with a clinical perspective. It is well-illustrated and practically demonstrates how physical principles directly govern the images of any MR imaging study." (R. Terry Thompson, Doody's Review Service, March, 2009)