Go!Cards Technology – MRI Part 1

Are you preparing for the Radiology Board Examination and looking for consolidated, up-to-date knowledge on technical topics in radiology? Do you have to gather knowledge from a mix of sometimes very old and technically outdated books, and still feel you don't get it? Do you want to quickly and to the point review and test the most important facts before the exam to see where your knowledge stands?

Then our Go!Cards are just right for you!

Hanna Styczen · 16. August 2023

In this Go!Cards set, you will find a total of 41 questions and answers on the topic of MRI (Part 1) to prepare for the Radiology Board Examination. You can quickly review and test the most important facts before the exam to see where your knowledge stands.

Our Go!Cards were developed according to the current European Training Curriculum for Radiology of the European Society of Radiology (ESR).

This set includes 41 questions and answers with the following subchapters:

  • Basics
  • Structure and Technique

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The specific learning objectives corresponding to the ESR’s European Radiology Training Curriculum for Radiology are:

B-I-15 Principles of Imaging Technology & Molecular Imaging

Knowledge MRI

  • To explain the relative value of an MRI examination for the various organ systems and indications
  • To explain the fundamentals of MR physics
  • To have an appreciation of the hardware associated with an MRI system
  • To have a basic understanding of the physical basis of image formation in MRI
  • To explain the principles of pulse sequences and relaxation times
  • To explain the contraindications to MRI and how to conduct MR examinations of patients with MR conditional active or passive implants
  • To have detailed appreciation of the safety issues associated with MRI with regard to both patients and staff
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Course Includes

  • 2 Lessons