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Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Technologist: Practical MRI Procedures and Techniques (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 apr 2013

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A practicing Research MRI Technologist, ARRT,RT(MR), Working at Northwestern University, Center for Translational Imaging, Chicago, IL USA. Former Assistant Professor, Instructor and Program Director Of Radiologic Technology and MRI at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT USA. Former clinical and research MRI Technologist at Rush university, Chicago, IL USA Contact:

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3.0 su 5 stelle Maybe even two stars 19 giugno 2013
Di Christopher Gallagher - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
First off, I NEVER write any reviews, but I needed to with this book. After spending 100 bucks on this book without any reviews, I'm unimpressed.

First, the images in the book are rough, not crisp at all. I mean, they are clear enough to read but are just not nice images. Plus, they are all different sizes and seem to be randomly placed on the pages. It seems like there wasn't alot of effort in laying the images out. Also, the slices that are mapped out on the images look like something I could have done in microsoft paint. Maybe I was just expecting more, but I was actually shocked to see the layout.

Second, I noticed at least one procedure wasn't listed in the book besides a single picture. MRCP is nowhere to be found, but yet is a common procedure.

Lastly, there are a bunch of study questions in the back of the book, with no answers. Call me crazy, but ive searched the book, and I can't find an answer key. So, there goes that for a quick study.

All in all I think the book is just...ok at best. Maybe I'm just being hard on the book or just picky, but I'm not satisfied at all. Maybe it's because I already own alot of MRI books, which to me are overall better and cheaper then this one, but thats my view of the book. The main reason I purchased it was that I wanted a book that had a more recent release date then one thats 10 years old already. Technology chages, and I wanted an updated book. Would I recomend this book? I would if this wasn't your only book for a reference. Plus, it's a large book, not a handbook,which is nice to have. Hoped this helps someone.
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1.0 su 5 stelle Poor quality images 30 giugno 2013
Di SpinEcho - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Books that are written for MRI technologists are to advise and assist in planning sequences, clinical applications, useful MRI anatomy, landmarks and basically, how to scan and how to improve scanning to produce quality imaging.

The image quality in this text is really really bad, all stretched and definitely not normal anatomical appearance. Really rough so how can one use this to plan scans and learn from?

With so few texts targeted at MRI techs and everyday clinical use, when one comes out we get excited and then get this . . . . not up to standard for a 2013 text and current demands of clinical scanning and application.

Maybe needs a revise already?