OKZ0188015 – Anatomical Positioning for an MRI (1 Credit)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging¬†could be identified as a¬†medical¬†diagnostic procedure¬†that captures images of different organs by using the principle of nuclear¬†magnetic resonance. It generates thin-sections¬†of any¬†part of¬†the¬†body¬†– from any angle and direction. This is done by exposing the body to an electromagnetic field.
After reviewing this article, the student should be able to:
- Explain the suggested protocols and sequences of scanning.
- Define the anatomy and patient positioning.
- Identify the history of MRI.