22 basic principles of mri the basis of mri is the directional magnetic field or moment associated with charged particles in motion nuclei containing an odd number of protons and or neutrons have a characteristic motion or precession . The new edition of this popular practical resource offers a lucid introduction to the principles of mri explaining in plain language the general principles of magnetism and nuclear magnetic resonance induction and how this phenomenon can be used to generate and manipulate images for clinical use. Mri principles is definitely worth reading and it is a good book to own by donald g mitchell and mark s cohen philadelphia pa elsevier science 400 pp 2003 7495. Chapter 2 mri principles in this chapter we present the basics of magnetic resonance imaging advanced concepts are covered by haacke et al as well as liang and lauterbur this chapter is structured as follows in section 21 we present the physical principles of magnetic resonancethen in section 22 we show how the signal in mri is observed using receiving antennas and
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