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provide an introduction to the physical principles and techniques of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI);
introduce methods to control the image quality characteristics;
present an overview of the possible interactions of static magnetic fields, time-varying magnetic fields and radiofrequency fields with biological tissue.
Angular momentum and magnetic moments; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR); relaxation times and pulse sequences; magnetic field gradients, localization of the MR signal and image reconstruction; image characteristics, k-space and data acquisition; diffusion magnetic resonance imaging, chemical shift and magnetic resonance spectroscopy; MR angiography, arterial spin labelling perfusion imaging (ASL); biological effects of static magnetic fields, varying magnetic fields and RF fields, Patient and Worker safety in MRI.
Joseph P. Hornak
The Basics of MRI
Multiple choice questions.
Learners may request an oral exam.
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