This course aims to give students a background on how MRI data is acquired, The first half of the course describes the basic physics underlying MRI acquisition and the second half focuses on the neuroimaging methods most commonly employedThis unit provides the student with a comprehensive overview of MR imaging principles. The subjects are formatted in individual outlines and sequenced according to the level of knowledge desired. Topics include MR, nuclear MR signal production, tissue characteristics, pulse sequencing, imaging parameters/options, and image formation.
This course will prepare students to pass the required registry board exams to work as MRI Technologists. This course includes reviewing the MRI program, and the students will take mock registry board exams. Students will learn effective ways to study and answer questions from the registry
This provides a simulated Registry with over 450 questions