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51st AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: ACR Accreditation for MRI - Role of the Medical Physicist


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ACR MRI QC Program
Carl R. Keener, PhD, Medical & Radiation Physics, Inc., San Antonio, TX, 78279-0925, US
keener@marpinc.com


Handout(s): 42-12077-75760-436.pdf 
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All videos in this session:
ACR MRI Accreditation: Medical Physicist Role in the Application Process - Donna M. Reeve, MS, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 77030-4009, US
Watching →ACR MRI QC Program - Carl R. Keener, PhD, Medical & Radiation Physics, Inc., San Antonio, TX, 78279-0925, US
MRI Annual Equipment Performance Evaluation & Acceptance Testing - Geoffrey D. Clarke, PhD, UT Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX, 78229-3900, US
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