MRI Made Easy

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Jaypee Brothers, 2007 - Medical - 259 pages
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MRI Made Easy is an excellent portable pocket guide which can be consulted by the reader when monitoring scans on screen and during interpretations of images. The book is a simple overview of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, which explains the fundamentals in a clear, concise manner. It has been written to serve as an introduction to the subject, specifically useful for beginners to MRI, particularly radiology residents. The book is divided into two sections: the first covers basic principles, instrumentation of the MR system, sequences, artefacts and MR interpretation. The second explains how MRI has advanced in recent years, and its applications across diverse disciplines.

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