• Introduction to MR Physics Part 6c

    Introduction to MR Physics Part 6c

    Part 6c of a six part series covering the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging physics. This final section covers a recap of the previous five sessions and covers advanced imaging sequences and their application. Click here to view Part 6aPart 6b or Part 1a.

    Terms covered in Part 6:

    • Cardiac CINE
    • Turbo Spin Echo (Fast Spin Echo)
    • Fast spin echo vs gradient echo
    • Fluid Attenuated Inversion Recovery (FLAIR)
    • Non-cartesian trajectories (spiral)
    • Parallel Imaging
    • Signal attenuation
    • Diffusion Weighted Imaging (DWI)
    • Diffusion tractography
    • 3D phase contrast (PC) MR angiography
    • Time-of-Flight (TOF) MR angiography
    • Double Inversion Recovery Black-Blood Imaging
    • Pulsed Arterial Spin Labeling (PASL)
    • Continuous (Pseduo-continuous) Arterial Spin Labeling (CASL)
    • Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast (DSC) Perfusion 
    • Dynamic Contrast Enhanced (DCE) Perfusion
    • Hemodynamic activation response
    • Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD)
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  • Introduction to MR Physics Part 5c

    Introduction to MR Physics Part 5c

    Part 5c of a six part series covering the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging physics. In this section, Dr. Stafford applies the underlying physics to describe the basics of MR pulse sequences. Click here to view Part 5a , Part 5b or Part 1a.

    Terms covered in Part 5:

    • NMR spectroscopy
    • Free Induction Decay (FID)
    • Adiabatic pulse
    • Spoiled gradient echo imaging
    • Balanced steady-state free precession (bSSFP)
    • Echo Planar Imaging (EPI)
    • Fast-spin Echo Imaging (FSE)
    • Parallel imaging acceleration
    • Gibb's ringing artifact
    • Hanning window filter
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  • Introduction to MR Physics Part 5b

    Introduction to MR Physics Part 5b

    Part 5b of a six part series covering the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging physics. In this section, Dr. Stafford applies the underlying physics to describe the basics of MR pulse sequences. Click here to view Part 5a , Part 5c or Part 1a.

    Terms covered in Part 5:

    • NMR spectroscopy
    • Free Induction Decay (FID)
    • Adiabatic pulse
    • Spoiled gradient echo imaging
    • Balanced steady-state free precession (bSSFP)
    • Echo Planar Imaging (EPI)
    • Fast-spin Echo Imaging (FSE)
    • Parallel imaging acceleration
    • Gibb's ringing artifact
    • Hanning window filter
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  • Introduction to MR Physics Part 5a +

    Introduction to MR Physics Part 5a Part 5a of a six part series covering the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging physics. In this section, Dr. Stafford Read More
  • Carotid Ultrasound +

    Carotid Ultrasound Carotid ultrasound is a valuable tool for measuring and tracking carotid plaque area over time. Dr. Spence outlines how 3D Read More
  • Introduction to MR Physics Part 5b +

    Introduction to MR Physics Part 5b Part 5b of a six part series covering the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging physics. In this section, Dr. Stafford Read More
  • Translational Imaging of Coronary Vascular Reactivity with Myocardial Perfusion PET +

    The effects of coronary artery diseases on the macrovasculature of the heart have been extensively studied, in contrast to the Read More
  • Imaging as a Biomarker in Cardiology: Cardiac CT +

    Imaging as a Biomarker in Cardiology: Cardiac CT Following the mandate of an ancient Chinese medical writing, Dr. Chow describes how it should be the goal of researchers Read More
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