Part I: Patient Care
Chapter 1: Legal and Ethical Principles
Chapter 2: MRI Screening and Safety
Chapter 3: Patient Assessment, Monitoring, and Management
Chapter 4: Interpersonal Communications
Chapter 5: Infection Control
Part II: Imaging Procedures (Anatomy & Physiology, contrast, and patient positioning)
Chapter 6: Head & Neck
Chapter 7: Spine
Chapter 8: Thorax
Chapter 9: Abdomen
Chapter 10: Pelvis
Chapter 11: Musculoskeletal
Part III: Data Acquisition and Processing
Chapter 12: Pulse Sequences
Chapter 13: Data Manipulation
Chapter 14: Special Procedures
Chapter 15: Sequence Parameters and Options (Image Quality, Contrast)
Part IV: Physical Principles of Image Formation
Chapter 16: Instrumentation
Chapter 17: Fundamentals
Chapter 18: Artifacts
Chapter 19: Quality Control
The most complete review available for the ARRT (R) MRI certification examination
LANGE Q&A MRI Examination is a comprehensive review for radiologic technologists preparing to take the ARRT (R) specialty certification exam in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Readers will find more than 800 exam-style questions that closely follow the most recent ARRT (R) examination blueprint. Each question includes a detailed explanation for both correct and incorrect answer choices. This unique review is divided into sections that cover every major topic found on the exam, including Patient Care and Safety, Image Procedures, Date Acquisition and Processing, and Physical Principles of Image Formation.
Barry Southers, M. Ed, RT (R) (MR) is a registered Radiologic Technologist and MRI Technologist by the ARRT, is a full-time Associate Professor, MRI faculty instructor and MRI Program Director for the Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (AMIT) program at the University of Cincinnati, located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tiffany Roman, M Aed, RT (R) (CT) (MR) (ARRT) is a registered Radiologic Technologist, CT and MRI Technologist by the ARRT, is a full-time Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator in the Radiologic Technology Program and faculty instructor in Bachelors of Radiation Science Online Program at the University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash. Active member of the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists (OSRT), American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), and the Association of Educators of Imaging and Radiologic Sciences.
Richard H. Weening, PhD, MIPP, RT (R) (CT) (MR), FAEIRS is Professor of Radiologic Sciences and Program Director of the Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging programs at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Weening has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles on the subject of MRI education. He has also served extensively on national and international committees related to the advancement of the radiologic sciences profession, including theASRT/AEIRS/SMRT MRI curriculum revision committee.
Cynthia Gibbs, M.A., RT (R) (M) (CT) (MR) (ARRT) is theprogram/educational coordinator for the Computed Tomography/Magnetic Resonance Program at Morehead State University. She maintains her clinical skills by practicing as a PRN technologists at St. Joseph Hospital in Mt. Sterling. In addition to her service to numerous professional organizations, Gibbs serves as a site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and has provided numerous presentations at the national, state and regional level.
Maureen Hood, PhD, RN is an Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Services at Uniformed Services University.