Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Physical Principles and ApplicationsBy
- Vadim Kuperman
Graduate students in physics, medical physics, and biomedical engineering; biomedical imaging researchers and engineers actively working in the field of biomedical imaging.
Published: March 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
"This book particularly stresses fast MR imaging and flow imaging. It does cover state-of-the-art topics such as echo-planar imaging, spiral imaging, and partial k-space aquisitions. The last chapter is dedicated to time-of-flight techniques and contrast-enhanced MRI of flow. This book is written well and is meant as a handy reference for students, researchers, and those interested in physical and biomedical applications of magnetic resonance imaging."
--Jasjit Suri, Marconi Medical Systems, Cleveland, IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY, January/February 2001.