MRI for technologist contains 12 chapters, 460 MRI Images in the three orientations; sagital, axial and coronal planes, and 540 challenge questions. It is supported by the essential illustrations of real MRI images showing the standard planning for scanning each anatomical part in transverse, sagital and coronal orientations, the images are arranged in a way to keep the proper field of view, for example the axial abdomen has different dimensions from the coronal. additionally; there are various real MRI images showing the anatomical outlines of what technologist would expect to see from each acquired sequence. All chapters of this book follow the same format; this facilitates looking for information on specific issues and reflects the fact that scanning of any part of the body follows the same basic format with some modifications specific to each part of the body. Each chapter follows the following scheme; Objectives. Abbreviations if required. MRI related anatomy. Clinical indications for the exam. Emergency situation. MRI challenges. Equipment needed and Coil Selection. Patient positioning and preparation. Protocol of scanning. Use of contrast. Artifacts and suggested solutions to overcome such artifacts. Post scans patient care. Post-scan procedure and filming. Contents: the contents are categorized according to the anatomical organs not to the MRI exams, for example MRCP is detailed under the Pancreas and biliary tree and CSF flow is under Head MRI. Brief Contents: Patient Care and Preparation in MRI. Anatomical positions and planes. Head MRI. Spinal Cord. Thorax. Abdomen and Pelvis. Reproductive System. Musculoskeletal and Joints. MRA Procedure. MRS. Optimizing Scan Parameters. Artifacts. MRI Glossary. MRI Abbreviations. Sequences acronyms. Images Index. Study Questions. Scope This book is designed to provide students and anyone learning MRI the practical guidance from the beginning to the end of scanning techniques, and at the same time to help developing essential standards and excellence of good practice. It includes basic guidelines and procedures used in general MRI department. Radiologists and Technologists may need to add more imaging sequences and procedures according to the requirements of each case. This book is designed for people who have sound knowledge of the principles, physics, and safety of MRI. Study Questions. There are 540 challenge study questions drawn from the book to enhance understanding the important points. A digital format of the answers guide is available for educators free of charge upon request by contacting the author.