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Clinical MR Imaging and Physics [electronic resource] : A Tutorial

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783540779995Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9783540780236
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical MR Imaging and Physics : A TutorialDDC classification:
  • 616.07548
LOC classification:
  • RC78.7 .N83
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Contents:
CONTENTS; 1 Resonance; 2 Electromagnetic Fields; 3 Macroscopic Magnetization; 4 Macroscopic Magnetization Revisited; 5 Excitation Phenomena; 6 T1 Relaxation (Longitudinal or Spin-Lattice Relaxation); 7 T2 Relaxation (Transverse or Spin-Spin Relaxation); 8 Magnetic Substrates of T1 Relaxation; 9 Magnetic Substrates of T2 Relaxation; 10 Proton (Spin) Density Contrast; 11 Partial Saturation; 12 Free Induction Decay; 13 Spin Echo; 14 Integration of T1, T2, and Proton Density Phenomena; 15 Inversion Recovery; 16 Image Formation - Fourier Transform - Gradients; 17 Gradient Echo Imaging
18 Pulse Sequences19 Fast or Turbo Spin Echo Imaging; 20 Selective Fat Suppression; 21 Chemical Shift Imaging; 22 Magnetization Transfer Contrast; 23 Diffusion; 24 Artifacts; 25 Noise; 26 Imaging Time; 27 Resolution; 28 Contrast Agents; 29 Blood Flow; 30 MR Angiography; 31 Basics of MR Examinations and Interpretation; Conclusion; References; Glossary; Subject Index
Summary: Presents an introduction to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This book deals with the physics and the clinical aspects of MRI. It also presents the theoretical background of MRI.
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CONTENTS; 1 Resonance; 2 Electromagnetic Fields; 3 Macroscopic Magnetization; 4 Macroscopic Magnetization Revisited; 5 Excitation Phenomena; 6 T1 Relaxation (Longitudinal or Spin-Lattice Relaxation); 7 T2 Relaxation (Transverse or Spin-Spin Relaxation); 8 Magnetic Substrates of T1 Relaxation; 9 Magnetic Substrates of T2 Relaxation; 10 Proton (Spin) Density Contrast; 11 Partial Saturation; 12 Free Induction Decay; 13 Spin Echo; 14 Integration of T1, T2, and Proton Density Phenomena; 15 Inversion Recovery; 16 Image Formation - Fourier Transform - Gradients; 17 Gradient Echo Imaging

18 Pulse Sequences19 Fast or Turbo Spin Echo Imaging; 20 Selective Fat Suppression; 21 Chemical Shift Imaging; 22 Magnetization Transfer Contrast; 23 Diffusion; 24 Artifacts; 25 Noise; 26 Imaging Time; 27 Resolution; 28 Contrast Agents; 29 Blood Flow; 30 MR Angiography; 31 Basics of MR Examinations and Interpretation; Conclusion; References; Glossary; Subject Index

Presents an introduction to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This book deals with the physics and the clinical aspects of MRI. It also presents the theoretical background of MRI.