Contrast-Enhanced Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Edited by Val M. Runge
In Contrast-Enhanced Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Val M. Runge and other leading experts present an overview of the basic principles regarding MR contrast media, a review of clinical applications in the head, spine, and body, and a look at future developments. Their focus is on clinical applications, with extensive illustrations to demonstrate the use of MR in each anatomic area and to aid in film interpretation.
About the Author
Val M. Runge is Rosenbaum Professor of Radiology and director of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Center at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.
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