Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance: Basic Principles, Methods, and Techniques

Joseph Selvanayagam, Matthew Robson, Jane Francis, Stefan Neubauer

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCardiac CT, PET and MR
    Subtitle of host publicationSecond Edition
    EditorsVasken Dilsizian, Gerald M. Pohost
    Number of pages42
    ISBN (Electronic)9781444323894
    ISBN (Print)9781405185530
    Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2010


    • Cardiovascular magnetic resonance - basic principles, methods and techniques
    • CMR imaging techniques
    • CMR scanner-how we use the physics
    • Dynamic measures of left ventricular function
    • ECG gating and physiological monitoring
    • High-resolution MR, and in vivo imaging modality - for atherosclerotic plaque characterization
    • MR feature, frequency at which signals - are received and re-emitted known as resonant frequency
    • Myocardial tissue concentrations and MR sensitivity of elements - for MR imaging/spectroscopy
    • Noncontrast perfusion and BOLD sequences
    • Physical principles underlying MRI

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    Selvanayagam, J., Robson, M., Francis, J., & Neubauer, S. (2010). Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance: Basic Principles, Methods, and Techniques. In V. Dilsizian, & G. M. Pohost (Eds.), Cardiac CT, PET and MR: Second Edition (Second ed., pp. 30-71). Wiley-Blackwell.