The MRI Study Guide for Technologists

Paperback | June 13, 1995

byKenneth S. Meacham

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Beginning in 1995, the American Association of Radiographic Technologists will offer a Registry Exam for technologists who wish to be certified in the administration of Magnetic Resonance Imaging equipment. The MRI Study Guide for Technologists offers comprehensive review questions covering the basic areas, principles, equipment, and terminology to help provide readers with the highest level of preparation for the Registry Exam. Contains over 900 multiple choice and fill-in questions. Includes a bibliography of highly recommended books for further reading.

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This is a review guide for preparing for the Registry exam. It surveys the field of MRI including its history, basic principles, hardware, and safety issues, as well as image production, biological effects, contrast media, and cross-sectional anatomy. Contains more than 800 questions written in the format to be found on the exam. 51 il...

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Beginning in 1995, the American Association of Radiographic Technologists will offer a Registry Exam for technologists who wish to be certified in the administration of Magnetic Resonance Imaging equipment. The MRI Study Guide for Technologists offers comprehensive review questions covering the basic areas, principles, equipment, and t...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:182 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0.01 inPublished:June 13, 1995Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387944893

ISBN - 13:9780387944890

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Table of Contents

Contents: History.- Basic Principles.- Image Weighting and Contrast.- Image Production.- Pulse Sequences.- Artifacts and Corrections.- Flow Phenomena/Vascular Imaging/Cardiac Imaging.- Instrumentation.- Safety/Biological Effects/ Contrast Media.- Cross-Sectional Anatomy.- Basic MRI Terminology.

From Our Editors

This is a review guide for preparing for the Registry exam. It surveys the field of MRI including its history, basic principles, hardware, and safety issues, as well as image production, biological effects, contrast media, and cross-sectional anatomy. Contains more than 800 questions written in the format to be found on the exam. 51 illus