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Cardiovascular MR Manual
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The book provides an introduction to CMR imaging that is understandable and focused on the relevant information needed to using CMR imaging in clinical practice. Cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging has become an established imaging modality with an expanding range of clinical indications. While in the past the availability of CMR imaging was limited to a few specialist centres the method is becoming more widely available. Most clinicians therefore need to have a general understanding of the diagnostic information that can be obtained from CMR imaging, the indications for referral as well as contraindications and limitations of the method. For cardiologists and radiologists in particular, CMR imaging will become a routine diagnostic tool and training curricula in Cardiology or Radiology reflect this trend by increasingly demanding training in CMR imaging.

  • What’s Inside the Magnet and Why?

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 3-9

  • The MRI Environment

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 11-15

  • Protons and Spins: The Origin of the MR Signal

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 17-20

  • Generating a Signal: RF Pulses and Echoes

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 21-29

  • Relaxation Times, Gradient Echoes and Spin Echoes

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 31-41

  • Making an Image: Locating and Encoding Signals in Space

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 43-55

  • Image Space and k-Space

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 57-63

  • Imaging Parameters and Image Attributes

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 65-75

  • Improving SNR with Surface Coils and Array Coils

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 77-80

  • Pulse Sequences and Image Contrast

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 81-89

  • Gradient Echo Versus Spin Echo

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 91-95

  • Black Blood Versus Bright Blood Imaging

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 97-104

  • Dealing with Cardiac Motion: How Do We Image the Beating Heart?

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 105-114

  • Dealing with Respiratory Motion

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 115-118

  • Fast Imaging: How Do We Speed Up the Image Acquisition?

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 119-127

  • Special Pulse Sequences for Cardiac Imaging

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 129-150

  • Common Artefacts

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 151-165

  • Influence of Field Strength on CMR

    Ridgway, John P.

    Pages 167-178

  • The Basics of a CMR Study

    Plein, Sven

    Pages 181-193

  • Components of CMR Protocols

    Greenwood, John P. (et al.)

    Pages 195-233

  • Anatomy by CMR

    Peebles, Charles

    Pages 235-240

  • The CMR Report

    Plein, Sven

    Pages 241-245

  • Aortic Disease

    Crean, Andrew M.

    Pages 249-259

  • Cardiomyopathies

    Messroghli, Daniel R. (et al.)

    Pages 261-303

  • Cardiac Transplantation

    Miller, Christopher A. (et al.)

    Pages 305-315

  • Pericardial Disease

    Peebles, Charles

    Pages 317-341

  • Cardiac Masses

    Greenwood, John P. (et al.)

    Pages 343-356

  • Valvular Heart Disease

    Chiribiri, Amedeo (et al.)

    Pages 357-370

  • Ischemic Heart Disease

    Mather, Adam N. (et al.)

    Pages 371-410

  • Basic Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD)

    Crean, Andrew M. (et al.)

    Pages 411-430

  • CMR and Implantable Devices

    Schmitt, Matthias (et al.)

    Pages 431-455

  • Pulmonary Vein Assessment

    Plein, Sven (et al.)

    Pages 457-461

  • Interventional Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    Hussain, Tarique M. (et al.)

    Pages 463-472

  • Incidental Extra-Cardiac Findings in CMR

    Garg, Pankaj (et al.)

    Pages 473-478



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