Handbook of MRI Scanning
Ensure high-quality diagnostic images with this practical scanning reference! Designed to help you plan and acquire MRI images, Handbook of MRI Scanning, by Geraldine Burghart and Carol Ann Finn, includes the step-by-step scanning protocols you need to produce optimal images. Coverage of all body regions prepares you to perform virtually any scan. Going beyond the referencing and recognition of three-plane, cross-sectional anatomy, each chapter demonstrates appropriate slice placements, typical midline images of each plane, and detailed line drawings of the pertinent anatomy corresponding to the midline images. With this handbook, you can conceptualize an entire scan and its intended outcome prior to performing the scan on a patient. Keep the book at your console -- it’s ideal for quick reference!
- Consistent, clinically based layout of the sections makes scanning information easy to use with three images per page to demonstrate clinical sequences in MRI examinations.
- Handy, pocket size offers easy, immediate access right at the console.
- 600 images provide multiple views and superb anatomic detail.
- Suggested technical parameters are provided in convenient tables for quick reference with space to write in site-specific protocols or equipment variations.
Intra-Auditory Canals (IAC)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Temporomandibular Joints (TMJ)
MRA – Circle of Willis
MRV – Sagittal Sinus
MS – Multiple Sclerosis
Soft Tissue Neck
MRA – Carotid
Routine bony pelvis
Female Pelvis – Uterus
Male Pelvis – Prostate
MR Cholangeographic Pancreotography (MRCP)
MRA – Renal Arteries
Geraldine Burghart, MA, RT(R)(MR)(M), Associate Professor, Radiologic Technology Program, Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, City University of New York, BCC, Bronx, New York and Carol Ann Finn, RT(R)(MR), Manager, MRI Department, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia Campus, New York, New York