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Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Physical Principles and Sequence Design [Anglais] [Relié]

E. Mark Haacke , Robert W. Brown , Michael R. Thompson , Ramesh Venkatesan

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7 juillet 1999
This book provides a synoptic introduction to the key fundamental and operational principles of MRI for medical physicists, radiologists,biochemists, and students. It addresses basic NMR principles, basic imaging concepts, Fourier transform concepts and fundamental applications such as chemical shift imaging, rf pulse design, fast imaging, motion and flow, MR angiography, diffusion, sequence design, and coil concepts.

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"I would recommend it to any MR scientist as an excellent reference book & as required reading for those beginning research studies in MRI physics..."(Neuro–Radiology, Vol 42/9, 2000) "As a one–stop shop for basic MR physics and pulse sequences it is close to perfect." (Neuroradiology, Vol 24/9, 2000)

"As a one–stop shop for basic MR physics and pulse sequences it is close to perfect." (Neuroradiology, Vol 24/9, 2000)

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent intro for readers with some math background 1 mars 2000
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This book is a welcome introduction for readers who are comfortable with basic differential equations and vector calculus. As an applied mathematician interested in learning the fundamentals of MRI, I had grown quite frustrated with the simplified literature on one hand ("MRI for technologists", "MRI for medical people", "MRI for dummies"...) and the professional literature on the other, which is directed at people already immersed in the study of MR technology. In contrast, this book is an excellent introduction to the subject for applied mathematicians (though this may not have been the intended audience), as it makes no assumptions regarding reader's science background and thus explains thoroughly all relevant E+M, physics and signal processing. But most importantly, it does so without cutting mathematical corners. This results in a far more lucid and logical exposition than books which try to protect the reader for his/her own good.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Valuable Resource 13 décembre 2011
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This text is invaluable for anyone interested in MRI. It is a very good intro to the field, and if you understand this book you have a solid foundation for exploring more modern MRI texts. Up until a few years ago, just about every journal paper in MRI cited this book. When I started grad school for electrical engineering, I went down the path of medical imaging; I would not have gotten very far without this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MRI LAB USE 4 janvier 2008
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Our labs most used resource in MRI- period. This book is used to answer any questions we encounter about the mechanics of MRI, plus is used in both MRI courses. The first half of the book focuses on basic principles. The second half develops advanced concepts for the advanced technician. Clearly written, durable, and nice large font.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Bible for theory derivation. Not as good for actual application. Serious font issues. 25 novembre 2013
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Overall the content is fine. I personally have a really hard time with this book. The fonts are huge. The figures are enormous, and there are occasional problems with the figures such as figure 4.3, which overlays t1 and t2 decays of the block equation, which are separate processes. Its fairly dated. Despite being the bible i think that the person who works with mri will find 978-0120928613 more applicable day to day. For theory, this is THE gold standard, but they seriously need to fix the style issues with the book and an update is due. If you think you are getting at 966 page book, it would comfortably fit in about 230 pages, and be much better to read if the fonts were not so weird.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 the most complete book so far 9 décembre 2004
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This is probably the most complete textbook on MRI so far, covering many of the recent topics. The prerequisite is an undergraduate engineering or physics degree, but nothing fancy, the math is completely trivial, and all of the necessary background is included in the book. So it's quite comprehensive in that regard, you won't need to use other books, it's all in there. And if it's not in there, I find the list of references at the end of sections to be excellent. They really refer you to the relevant literature so you don't have to worry about missing important details. I don't give 5 stars for books like this, because I just see it as a decent book. It is not "extraordinary" (5 stars), it is just the best book on MRI out there, but essentially because there are no decent alternative out there that cover such a broad range of topics. I suspect there will be subsequent editions of this book to cover newer topics, but the bulk of the book will remain the same, since it covers mostly very basic topics (a good choice of topics too).
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