Wiley-Blackwell; 4th edition
The Handbook of MRI Technique, currently in its fourth edition (PDF), has undergone a comprehensive round of updates and revisions to include all of the most recent technology and advancements that are necessary for effective practice. It is written specifically for technicians and contains a large number of illustrations; it walks those who are not familiar with scanning procedures through a variety of methods and assists more experienced technologists in improving the quality of their images.
The first section of the e-book examines the primary components of theory that are associated with scanning. Additionally, this section provides information on contrast media, as well as practical suggestions on the use of equipment, gating, patient care, and safety. In the second part of the book, step-by-step instructions are provided for examining each anatomical region. These instructions begin with a section on fundamental anatomy, and are then followed by chapters on patient positioning, indications, artifacts, equipment, and tips for improving image quality.
- Compatible with the users of all different kinds of MRI equipment
- Now incorporates crucial points for convenient reference throughout the entire text.
- Developed by a multinational group of technology contributors hailing from the United States, Europe, and the United Kingdom
- Self-assessment and image flashcards can be found on the companion website, which can be found at www.wiley.com/go/westbrook/mritechnique.
The Handbook of MRI Technique, Fourth Edition PDF is the best support resource for radiographers who are new to MRI as well as habitual users who are looking for information on alternative techniques and advice on protocol modifications.
This is a highly solid and complete reference that healthcare collections will find interesting and specific. It covers a wide range of topics, from contrast utilization possibilities to equipment and typical indications for various imaging options. – Midwest Book Review; 1 April 2015