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2016 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: MRI Physics


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MRI Pulse Sequences - Spin Echo, Gradient Echo, EPI, Non-Cartesia
Robert Pooley, PhD Mayo Clinic
pooley.robert@mayo.edu


Handout(s): 115-31754-387514-118259-679488960.pdf
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MRI Signal in Biological Tissues - Proton, Spin, T1, T2, T2* - Krzysztof Gorny, PhD Mayo Clinic
MRI Hardware - Magnet, Gradient, RF Coils - Armen Kocharian, PhD Methodist Hospital
MRI Image Formation - Slice Selection, Phase Encoding, Frequency Encoding, K-Space, SNR - Chen Lin, PhD Indiana University School of Medicine
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