Preface. 1. Physics. Section 1. Comparative Imaging (Patrick R. Gavin) Section 2. Basic Physics (Patrick R. Gavin). Section 3. Sequence Selection (Patrick R. Gavin). Section 4. Artifacts (Patrick R. Gavin). Section 5. Equipment Consideration and Selection (Patrick R. Gavin). 2. Veterinary Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imagin. Section 1. Diagnosis of Intracranial Disease (Rodney S. Bagley, Patrick R. Gavin, and Shannon P. Holmes). Section 2. Diagnosis of Spinal Disease (Rodney S. Bagley, Patrick R. Gavin, and Shannon P. Holmes). Section 3. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Peripheral Nerve Disease (Rodney S. Bagley, Patrick R. Gavin, and Shannon P. Holmes). 3. Orthopedic (Patrick R. Gavin and Shannon P. Holmes). 4. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Abdominal Disease (Patrick R. Gavin and Shannon P. Holmes). 5. Thorax (Patrick R. Gavin and Shannon P. Holmes). 6. Head Non-CNS (Patrick R. Gavin and Shannon P. Holmes). 7. Cancer Imaging (Susan L. Kraft). Index.
Patrick R. Gavin , DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVR (Radiology and Radiation Oncology), is Professor Emeritus in Veterinary Radiology, Washington State University. He is the CEO of MR Vets, Inc. a company dedicated to MRI interpretation and consultation for animals. He has over 20 years of experience with MRI as a diagnostic modality for animals. Rodney S. Bagley , DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Internal Medicine and Neurology), is Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, Washington State University. He has extensive clinical experience in neuroimaging and is also the author of Fundamentals of Veterinary Clinical Neurology , published by Blackwell Publishing in 2005.
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