High Field Brain MRI: Use in Clinical Practice by Ugo SalvoliniHigh Field Brain MRI: Use in Clinical Practice by Ugo Salvolini

High Field Brain MRI: Use in Clinical Practice

EditorUgo Salvolini, T. Scarabino

Paperback | October 14, 2010

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This book describes the development of systems of magnetic resonance imaging using the higher magnetic field strength of 3 tesla, in comparison to the current gold standard of 1.5 tesla. These new systems of MRI make it possible to perform with high spatial, temporal and contrast resolution not only morphological examinations but also functional studies on spectroscopy, diffusion, perfusion, and cortical activation, thus helping research and providing an important tool for routine diagnostic activity. At the same time the new systems offer unparalleled sensitivity and specificity in the numerous conditions of neuroradiological interest.
Title:High Field Brain MRI: Use in Clinical PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 11.69 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:October 14, 2010Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642068669

ISBN - 13:9783642068669

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Table of Contents

Techniques and Semeiotics: High-field MRI and safety: I. Installation.- High-field MRI and safety: II. Utilization.- 3.0 T MRI diagnostic features: comparison with lower magnetic field.- Standard 3.0 T MR imaging.- 3.0 T MR angiography.- 3.0 T MR spectroscopy.- 3.0 T diffusion studies.- Imaging nervous pathways with MR tractography. 3.0 T perfusion studies.- High field strength functional MRI.- Recent developments and prospects.- 3.0 T brain MRI: a pictorial overview of the most interesting sequences.- Application: High-field neuroimaging in traumatic brain injury.- 3.0 T imging of ischemic stroke.- High field strength MRI (3.0 T or more) in white matter disases.- High field neuroimaging in Parkinson's disease.- High field 3.0 T imgaging of Alzheimer diesease.- 3.0 T imaging of Alzheimer disease.- 3.0 T imaging of brain tumours.- fMRI activation paradigms: a presurgical tool for mapping brain function.- 3.O T fMRI in psychiatry.