MRI Spectroscopy Basics CE Course

MRI Spectroscopy Basics CE Course

8 CE Credits
Expiry date: July 1, 2023

An interactive course designed to provide MRI technologists with a firm foundation in the basics of MR spectroscopy physics and protocols

Approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) for 8 Category A CE Credits
Subscription duration: 365 days from purchase date
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Meets the CE requirements of the following states: California, Texas, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and New Mexico
Meets ARRT® CE reporting requirements
Accepted by the ARMRIT®
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MRI Spectroscopy Basics is a continuing education course designed to present radiologic technologists with an overview of the principles of MR spectroscopy imaging, its different applications, and its importance as a supplement to MRI for research and medical diagnosis. In this course, you will learn the physical principles, measurements techniques, and quantification methods of proton MRS imaging. The course also covers the clinical applications of MRI spectroscopy, its ability to provide improved characterization of tissues in both normal and pathological states, and discusses specific considerations in different pathologies. MRI Spectroscopy Basics is a suitable course for MRI technologists who need a refresher on MR spectroscopy protocols and technologists who are cross-training into MRI.

Discipline Major content category & subcategories CE Credits provided
MRI-2016 Image Production
Physical Principles of Image Formation 2.00
Data Acquisition and Processing 5.00
MRI-2016 Procedures
Neuro 0.50
Body 0.50
MRI-2020 Image Production
Physical Principles of Image Formation 2.00
Data Acquisition, Processing, and Storage 5.00
MRI-2020 Procedures
Neurological 0.50
Body 0.50
Section 1: Spectroscopy Principle
Basic principles
Characteristics of spectroscopy
Section 2: The Metabolites
The metabolism
The metabolites
Section 3: Spectroscopic Measurements
Section 4: Spectroscopic Methodology
Water suppression methods
RF sequences
Localization techniques
Section 5: Image Quality
Reduction in acquisition time
Section 6: Clinical Applications
Spectrum analysis and interpretation
Main clinical applications
Brain spectrum

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