This is the final procedures and pathophysiology course in a series of two that will provide the student with considerations related to routine imaging techniques related to the abdomen and pelvis and special imaging techniques. Students will explore the signal characteristics of normal anatomy and compare it to common pathologies. Emphasis will be placed on tissue characteristics, protocol options, and positioning considerations.
MR Procedures and Pathophysiology 2
Prerequisites: admission to the MRI program or academic program approval and completion of MRI 220, 230, 201, and 261 with a grade of a "C" or better