Princeton University Library Catalog
- Bernstein, Matt A. [Browse]
- Burlington, MA : Elsevier Academic Press, c2004.
- xxii, 1017 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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- Summary note
- "This indispensable guide gives concise yet comprehensive descriptions of the pulse sequences commonly used on modern MRI scanners. The book consists of a total of 65 self-contained sections, each focused on a single subject. Written primarily for scientists, engineers, radiologists, and graduate students who are interested in an in-depth understanding of various MRI pulse sequences, it serves readers with a diverse set of backgrounds by providing both non-mathematical and mathematical descriptions." "The extensive topic coverage and cross-referencing makes this book ideal for beginners learning the building blocks of MRI pulse sequence design, as well as for experienced professionals who are seeking deeper knowledge of a particular technique."--BOOK JACKET.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword / Richard L. Ehman -- Foreword / Paul C. Lauterbur -- Ch. 1. Tools -- Ch. 2. Radiofrequency pulse shapes -- Ch. 3. Basic radiofrequency pulse functions -- Ch. 4. Spectral radiofrequency pulses -- Ch. 5. Spatial radiofrequency pulses -- Ch. 6. Adiabatic radiofrequency pulses -- Ch. 7. Gradient lobe shapes -- Ch. 8. Imaging gradients -- Ch. 9. Motion-sensitizing gradients -- Ch. 10. Correction gradients -- Ch. 11. Signal acquisition and k-space sampling -- Ch. 12. Basics of physiologic gating, triggering, and monitoring -- Ch. 13. Common image reconstruction techniques -- Ch. 14. Basic pulse sequences -- Ch. 15. Angiographic pulse sequences -- Ch. 16. Echo train pulse sequences -- Ch. 17. Advanced pulse sequence techniques.
- 0120928612 (alk. paper)
- C - S