The underlying physics of magnetic resonance imaging is a topic of
considerable importance since a basic understanding is necessary to
accurately interpret and generate high quality MR images. Yet it
can be a challenging topic in spite of the best efforts of both
teachers and students of the subject. Practical MR Physics reviews
the basic principles of MR using familiar language and explains the
causes of common imaging artifacts and pitfalls. The book will also
be a helpful guide during review of clinical cases since the reader
can look up specific imaging artifacts or pitfalls in the index.
Featuring over 375 high quality images, numerous case examples, and
concise, clinically oriented discussion of the physics behind the
images, Practical MR Physics is an ideal resource for anyone who
works in the field of MR imaging.