4 edition of MR physics for clinical radiologists found in the catalog.
MR physics for clinical radiologists
Alexander C. Mamourian
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alexander C. Mamourian.|
|Genre||Case Reports, Problems and Exercises|
|LC Classifications||R895 .M26 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009030871|
Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a very important clinical imaging tool. It combines different fields of physics and engineering in a uniquely complex way. MRI is also surprisingly versatile, 'pulse sequences' can be designed to yield many different types of contrast. This versatility is unique to MRI. This MRI Advanced Training Course was designed for working MRI technologists who want to enhance and strengthen their knowledge on the principles of MRI physics and technology. A working knowledge of MR physics, imaging parameters and cross-sectional anatomy is imperative for those attending this course. The faculty for this program are experienced MRI clinical technologists and lecturers with.
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From the reviews of the first edition: "The book certainly fulfils the aim of presenting the fundamental physics of MRI in a clear and concise form to those without a physics background and may well be of use to trainee radiologists, radiographers and any clinician interested in understanding the principles and terminology of magnetic resonance. Runge VM, Nitz WR, Trelles M, et al. The Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images. 3 rd Ed. Thieme; ; pgs; $ For a clinical radiologist, understanding MR physics is a challenge and becomes even more so as new MR techniques and updated software programs become integrated into our daily work routine.
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Honorable mentions: Primer of Diagnostic Imaging: A lot of simple line diagrams for which you can reproduce in the theory exams.; The Final FRCR: Complete Revision Notes: This is a good book to revise topics a few days before the theory/ practical exam.; Known Unknowns Of Everyday Radiology Practice.
Small handbook which discusses practical radiology issues like radiation safety and contrast. 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 by: 5. The book will also be a helpful guide during review of clinical cases since the reader can look up specific imaging artifacts or pitfalls in the index.
Featuring over high quality images, numerous case examples, and concise, clinically oriented discussion of the physics behind the images, Practical MR Physics is an ideal resource for anyone /5(7).
"The objective of this book is to serve as a practical educational resource for clinical magnetic resonance imaging. The bulk of the text is organized along anatomic lines and discusses disease entities commonly encountered in clinical practice.
The focus is illustrating and describing the MR appearances of the most commonly imaged disease entities, covering briefly in each area important.
MR imaging for triaging patients with acute ischemic stroke. T his is a good book if you are interested in high-grade glio- The Physics of Clinical MR Taught : Rolf Svendsmark. The Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images Fourth Edition by Val Runge, Wolfgang Nitz, and Johannes Heverhagen presents a unique and highly practical approach to understanding the physics of magnetic resonance imaging.
Each physics topic is described in user-friendly language and accompanied by high-quality graphics and/or images. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become the leading cross-sectional imaging method in clinical practice.
Continuous technical improvements have significantly broadened the scope of applications. At present, MR imaging is not only the most important diagnostic technique in neuroradiology and.
MRI Basic Principles and Applications Second Edition Mark A. Brown, PhD and Richard C. Semelka, MD This updated edition provides a bridge between the theory of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and its implementation in commercial scanners.
As with its popular predecessor, MRI: Basic Principles and Applications, Second Edition integrates a clear discussion of the basic physics of MRI, including.
'Thorough, topical reviews cover the foundations and quality aspects of imaging with x-rays (all modalities), ultrasound, and MR' 'a review of clinically relevant aspects of radiologic physics that radiologists and radiologic technologists need to know' 'conforms to the recent changes in American Board of Radiology examinations'Reviews: The physics of clinical MR taught through images.
New York, NY: Thieme, Google Scholar; Wolbarst AB. Magnetic resonance imaging I: nuclear magnetic resonance of stable hydrogen nuclei in the water molecules of tissues. In: Wolbarst AB, ed. Physics of radiology. 2nd ed. Madison, Wis: Medical Physics, ; – Google Scholar. This book offers a collection of multiple choice questions (MCQs) for the first FRCR examination in clinical radiology for the physics module.
It includes questions in 9 sets of 40 MCQs following the examination format. Chapters also cover explanation to some answers for better understanding. For most clinical radiologists, however, the information contained in this book would be either adequate or would be a good initial publication from which to build one's knowledge of MR physics.
There is, as one would expect, more than neuro-MR contained in this publication, but neuroradiology images do predominate the pages. This book offers a collection of specimen multiple choice questions (MCQs) for the first FRCR examination in clinical radiology that is for the physics module.
It includes questions arranged in nine sets of 40 MCQs following the examination format. Additionally, chapters cover explanation to some of the answers for better understanding of the. The target audience for this book is most likely radiology and medical physics residents who are trying to integrate the physics and images of MR imaging into a comprehensible model.
It should also be useful to MR imaging physicians as a handbook on the present state of the imaging art and the underlying physics. MRI Physics for Radiologsits: A Visual Approach, Third Edition delineates the principles of magnetic resonance imaging in a format that can be understood by readers who do not have a sophisticated physics or mathematics background.
It is organized in three sections: sections one and two present the. Radiology is a vast subject and there are lots of books that are good. I would suggest as a first year resident you start off with a general radiology textbook like Sutton or Grainger and then go ahead with superspeciality books.
We have complied. ﬁeld. Currently, most clinical MR systems are superconducting and operate at T or 3 T. Field strengths reaching T have been used in human imaging, albeit typically in research. Gradient coils The MR system uses a set coordinates to deﬁne the direction of the magnetic ﬁeld.
Gradient coils representing the three orthogonal. This makes it particularly useful for graduate students and residents in medical physics programmes. The material presented in the publication has been endorsed by the major international organizations and is the foundation for academic and clinical courses in diagnostic radiology physics and in emerging areas such as imaging in radiotherapy.
If you buy this book for self study, make sure you also have a more complete text (like Westbrook or McRobbie) available to fill in the blanks. On the other hand, because of the many unique images, this text would make a useful addition to a standard second level MRI physics course for technologists.
This book is recommended for radiologists at all levels, since it is about the most painless way possible to develop and sustain an understanding of the basics of MR physics used in clinical interpretations of images." - American Journal of NeuroradiologyReviews:.
Arman Rahmin is Associate Professor of Radiology and Physics at the University of British Columbia (UBC), as well as Senior Scientist and Provincial Medical Imaging Physicist at BC Cancer, Vancouver, received his PhD in medical imaging physics at UBC.
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