1. T1 Contrast
2. T2 Contrast
3. Proton Density
4. Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents
5. Preparatory Pulses
6. Inversion Recovery
7. Chemical Shift Type 2 Artifact
8. Susceptibility Artifact
9. Motion, Pulsation, and Other Artifacts
10. Flow-Related Contrast
11. Time-of-Flight Imaging
12. Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography
13. Phase Contrast
14. Diffusion MRI
15. Perfusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging
16. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
17. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
18. MRI Safety
A solid understanding of MRI physics is essential for both residents and practicing radiologists, and Duke Review of MRI Physics Principles: Case Review Series, 2nd Edition, provides practical applications, board-style self-assessment questions, and clinically relevant cases in a high-yield, easy-to-digest format. Designed to help you solve clinical questions, arrive at accurate diagnoses, and use MRI more effectively in your practice, it uses a case-based approach to demonstrate the basic physics of MRI and how it applies to successful and accurate imaging, interpretation, and diagnosis.
- Focuses on 18 key MRI principles (such as T1 contrast, T2 contrast, and proton density), using a series of cases that make difficult concepts engaging and understandable.
- Features over 800 high-quality MR images in a full-color, user-friendly case format with clear explanations of physics and other MRI principles.
- Shares the experience and knowledge of a multidisciplinary author team comprising radiology residents, practicing radiologists, and radiology physicists who provide practical guidance for each body system - neurologic, breast, body, vascular, and musculoskeletal.
New to this Edition
- Includes a new chapter on MRI Safety, as well as new and improved color images in functional MRI, perfusion MRI, and diffusion tensor imaging.
- Contains more than 300 all-new multiple-choice self-assessment questions following the board review certification and recertification question format.
- Includes new Take-Home-Points at the end of each chapter for easy recall and review.
- Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
By Wells Mangrum, MD, Medical Director & Neuroradiologist, Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Quoc Bao Phil B Hoang, MD, Assistant Chief of Radiology, Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tim J Amrhein, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina; Scott M Duncan, MD, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist, Radiology Associates, Jefferson, Indiana; Charles M Maxfield, MD, Professor of Pediatric Radiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina; Elmar Merkle, MD, Chief Physician, Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland and Allen W Song, MD, Professor and Director of the Center for Brain Imaging and Analysis, Biomedical Engineering Department, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina