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In MRI Physics for Physicians the author presents the physical principles of magnetic This book is mainly intended for radiologists and clinical physicians. About this book. MRI Physics for Radiologsits: A Visual Approach, Third Edition delineates the principles of magnetic resonance imaging in a format that can be. Most MRI physics texts fall into one of two categories. They are either so filled with equations and technical jargon that the average student feels far too.


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About this Textbook In MRI Physics for Physicians the author presents the physical principles of magnetic resonance imaging without detailing the more sophisticated mathematics and physics typically used by physicists when explaining such phenomena.

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Magnetic Field Horowitz, Alfred L. Radiofrequency Pulse Horowitz, Alfred L. Relaxation Horowitz, Alfred L.

Gradients Horowitz, Alfred L. Frequency Gradient Horowitz, Alfred L. Miscellaneous Topics Horowitz, Alfred L.

Coils Horowitz, Alfred L. Show next xx. Read this book on SpringerLink.

Recommended for you. The second half of the book tackles advanced applications such as MR angiography, cardiac MRI, in vivo spectroscopy, and a number of other topics including quality assurance and fast imaging techniques.

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A brief revision of mathematical concepts required is included in an appendix. If you're new to MRI and you want only one book, this may be the right one for you.

Written in the first instance by a radiologist, the answers to questions neatly tie together often disparate aspects of MRI theory. Disjointed and confusing topics are dealt with neatly and concisely.

Sometimes brief one-to-two page summaries of a topic or question can be much more valuable than lengthy, detailed materials, and this book fills that need over a wide range of topics. Though answers to questions rarely run into three sides of a page, the material is scientifically robust, and difficult concepts are not shirked.

This is a great strength of the book.

The book covers most topics which will interest those learning the basics of MRI, as well as some advanced issues such as diffusion and perfusion imaging, clinical applications of fast scanning techniques. Although the structure of this book is not a systematic treatise of basic MRI theory, it is an excellent shadow to the basic-MRI-physics book of your choice.

Elster's work is now updated and available online at MRIquestions. The list of pulse sequences alluded to in the title does not start in earnest until Part V on page Before this is a wealth of quality study materials regarding the components of MRI pulses sequences e.

All this before the conventional gradient echo pulse sequence is introduced!This common procedure is technically correct only for small phase angles. It seems that you're in Ukraine.

An Introduction to the Physics and Function of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Because such variations are small compared to those in the static magnetic field B 0 used for MRI, a set of "gradient coils" can be used to produce a very nearly linear gradient along any direction. A part of the coil optimization question that has not been addressed specifically is how to design a coil with appropriate field distribution, access, efficiency, and so on that also explicitly minimizes the peak field to which the subject is exposed.

This text is essential reading on postgraduate courses. Haacke, E.

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