MRI Book for non professional

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MRI Book for non professional

Post by luis_size » Wed May 28, 2014 3:37 pm


I am a computer science engineer who starts working in the field of CMRI. Can you suggest me a book that helps me understand the principles of MRI such as different acquisition modes, images encoding and so on. The book should be general and not for MRI professional.


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Re: MRI Book for non professional

Post by Dave Higgins » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:32 am

Which ever is the latest edition of this book is good for you: ... emricom-20

As I note in my book review, it separates need-to-know theory from advanced and more difficult concepts.

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