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By: Ian Elliott and Geoff Skerrit
168 pages, 200 illus
Written by two experts in the field with a combined experience of over 50 years, this book answers questions about this important diagnostic tool. Suitable for those with or without previous subject knowledge, it is ideal for quick reference by veterinarians in clinical practice, or for more substantial study by students. It includes an overview of the basic principles, diagrams that explain the theory behind MRI, over 100 annotated images to aid understanding, common abbreviations, essential safety procedures and an atlas of normal anatomy.
Introduction; Resonance and Relaxation; Image Contrast; Spatial Encoding; Equipment; Safety; Clinical Applications; Contrast Media
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Ian Elliott is Clinical General Manager at Veterinary MRI, Cheshire, UK. Geoff Skerritt works at Cranmore Veterinary Services, South Wirral, UK.
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