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Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Clinical…

Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Clinical Principles

by Val M. Runge

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This work takes a clinical approach to magnetic resonance imaging. Numerous case studies examine how to perform the MRI examination; radiologic interpretation; use of MRI as a diagnostic exam; and clinical, surgical and pathologic correlations. Chapters are organized by anatomy and focus on common exams. A comprehensive chapter looks at scan protocols and the book also addresses the clinical application of MRI to all body systems and points out MRI's strengths for each area.

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