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The Resource MRI at a Glance, (electronic book)

MRI at a Glance, (electronic book)

Label
MRI at a Glance
Title
MRI at a Glance
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
AU-PeEL
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Westbrook, Catherine
Dewey number
616.07548
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
At a Glance
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Medical physics
Label
MRI at a Glance, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Intro -- QR code -- TitlePage -- Copyright -- Preface -- Acknowledgement -- How to use your textbook -- About the companion website -- 1 Magnetism and electromagnetism -- 2 Atomic structure -- 3 Alignment -- 4 Precession -- 5 Resonance and signal generation -- 6 Contrast mechanisms -- 7 Relaxation mechanisms -- 8 T1 recovery -- 9 T2 decay -- 10 T1 weighting -- 11 T2 weighting -- 12 PD weighting -- 13 Conventional spin echo -- 14 Fast or turbo spin echo - how it works -- 15 Fast or turbo spin echo - how it is used -- 16 Inversion recovery -- 17 Gradient echo - how it works
  • Gradient echo - how it is used -- 19 The steady state -- 20 Coherent gradient echo -- 21 Incoherent gradient echo -- 22 Steady-state free precession -- 23 Balanced gradient echo -- 24 Ultrafast sequences -- 25 Diffusion and perfusion imaging -- 26 Functional imaging techniques -- 27 Gradient functions -- 28 Slice selection -- 29 Phase encoding -- 30 Frequency encoding -- 31 K space - what is it? -- 32 K space - how is it filled? -- 33 K space and image quality -- 34 Data acquisition - frequency -- 35 Data acquisition - phase -- 36 Data acquisition - scan time
  • K space traversal and pulse sequences -- 38 Alternative K space filling techniques -- 39 Signal to noise ratio -- 40 Contrast to noise ratio -- 41 Spatial resolution -- 42 Chemical shift artefacts -- 43 Phase mismapping -- 44 Aliasing -- 45 Other artefacts -- 46 Flow phenomena -- 47 Time-of-flight MR angiography -- 48 Phase contrast MR angiography -- 49 Contrast-enhanced MR angiography -- 50 Contrast agents -- 51 Magnets -- 52 Radiofrequency coils -- 53 Gradients and other hardware -- 54 MR safety - bio-effects -- 55 MR safety - projectiles
  • Appendix 1(a): The results of optimizing image quality -- Appendix 1(b): Parameters and their associated trade-offs -- Appendix 2: Artefacts and their remedies -- Appendix 3: Main manufacturers' acronyms -- Glossary -- Index -- Eula -- Magnetic susceptibility -- Paramagnetism -- Diamagnetism -- Ferromagnetism -- Electromagnetism -- Introduction -- Motion within the atom -- MR active nuclei -- The classical theory -- The quantum theory -- What do the quantum and classical theories tell us? -- Precessional (Larmor) frequency -- Precessional phase -- Energy absorption -- Phase coherence
  • The MR signal -- What is contrast? -- Extrinsic contrast parameters -- Intrinsic contrast mechanisms -- The composition of fat and water -- Relaxation processes -- Field inhomogeneities -- T1 recovery in fat -- T1 recovery in water -- Control of T1 recovery -- T2 decay in fat -- T2 decay in water -- Control of T2 decay -- Typical values -- Typical values -- Typical values -- Other types of weighting -- Mechanisms of CSE -- Contrast -- Typical values -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Contrast -- Typical values -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Contrast -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Typical values -- Uses
  • Echo generation in the steady state
Control code
PurchEBL4529210
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (330 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy. Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the eBook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the eBook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781119053538
Specific material designation
remote
Label
MRI at a Glance, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Intro -- QR code -- TitlePage -- Copyright -- Preface -- Acknowledgement -- How to use your textbook -- About the companion website -- 1 Magnetism and electromagnetism -- 2 Atomic structure -- 3 Alignment -- 4 Precession -- 5 Resonance and signal generation -- 6 Contrast mechanisms -- 7 Relaxation mechanisms -- 8 T1 recovery -- 9 T2 decay -- 10 T1 weighting -- 11 T2 weighting -- 12 PD weighting -- 13 Conventional spin echo -- 14 Fast or turbo spin echo - how it works -- 15 Fast or turbo spin echo - how it is used -- 16 Inversion recovery -- 17 Gradient echo - how it works
  • Gradient echo - how it is used -- 19 The steady state -- 20 Coherent gradient echo -- 21 Incoherent gradient echo -- 22 Steady-state free precession -- 23 Balanced gradient echo -- 24 Ultrafast sequences -- 25 Diffusion and perfusion imaging -- 26 Functional imaging techniques -- 27 Gradient functions -- 28 Slice selection -- 29 Phase encoding -- 30 Frequency encoding -- 31 K space - what is it? -- 32 K space - how is it filled? -- 33 K space and image quality -- 34 Data acquisition - frequency -- 35 Data acquisition - phase -- 36 Data acquisition - scan time
  • K space traversal and pulse sequences -- 38 Alternative K space filling techniques -- 39 Signal to noise ratio -- 40 Contrast to noise ratio -- 41 Spatial resolution -- 42 Chemical shift artefacts -- 43 Phase mismapping -- 44 Aliasing -- 45 Other artefacts -- 46 Flow phenomena -- 47 Time-of-flight MR angiography -- 48 Phase contrast MR angiography -- 49 Contrast-enhanced MR angiography -- 50 Contrast agents -- 51 Magnets -- 52 Radiofrequency coils -- 53 Gradients and other hardware -- 54 MR safety - bio-effects -- 55 MR safety - projectiles
  • Appendix 1(a): The results of optimizing image quality -- Appendix 1(b): Parameters and their associated trade-offs -- Appendix 2: Artefacts and their remedies -- Appendix 3: Main manufacturers' acronyms -- Glossary -- Index -- Eula -- Magnetic susceptibility -- Paramagnetism -- Diamagnetism -- Ferromagnetism -- Electromagnetism -- Introduction -- Motion within the atom -- MR active nuclei -- The classical theory -- The quantum theory -- What do the quantum and classical theories tell us? -- Precessional (Larmor) frequency -- Precessional phase -- Energy absorption -- Phase coherence
  • The MR signal -- What is contrast? -- Extrinsic contrast parameters -- Intrinsic contrast mechanisms -- The composition of fat and water -- Relaxation processes -- Field inhomogeneities -- T1 recovery in fat -- T1 recovery in water -- Control of T1 recovery -- T2 decay in fat -- T2 decay in water -- Control of T2 decay -- Typical values -- Typical values -- Typical values -- Other types of weighting -- Mechanisms of CSE -- Contrast -- Typical values -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Contrast -- Typical values -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Contrast -- Uses -- Mechanism -- Typical values -- Uses
  • Echo generation in the steady state
Control code
PurchEBL4529210
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (330 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy. Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the eBook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the eBook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781119053538
Specific material designation
remote

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