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’˜ŽÒ : R.H.Hashemi, W.G.Gradley,Jr. & C.J.Lisanti
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ISBN : 978-1-60831-115-6
ƒy[ƒW” : 385pp.(591illus.)
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Table of Contents
Part I: BASIC CONCEPTS

1: Introductory Math
2: Basic Principles of MRI
3: Radio Frequency Pulse
4: T1, T2, and T2*
5: TR, TE, and Tissue Contrast
6: Tissue Contrast: Some Clinical Applications
7: Pulse Sequences: Part I (Saturation, Partial Saturation, Inversion Recovery)
8: Pulse Sequences: Part II (Spin Echo)
9: Fourier Transform
10: Image Construction: Part I (Slice Selection)
11: Image Construction: Part II (Spatial Encoding)
12: Signal Processing
13: Data Space
14: Pulse Sequence Diagram
15: Field of View
16: k-Space: The Final Frontier!
17: Scan Parameters and Image Optimization
18: Artifacts in MRI
Part II: FAST SCANNING
19: Fast Spin Echo
20: Gradient Echo: Part I (Basic Principles)
21: Gradient Echo: Part II (Fast Scanning Techniques)
22: Echo Planar Imaging
23: New Scanning Features
24: Parallel Imaging
25: Tissue Suppression Techniques
26: Flow Phenomena
27: MR Angiography
28: Cardiac MRI
29: MR Spectroscopy in the Brain
30: High Performance Gradients
31: The Many Combinations of MRI
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