The Basic Textbook
of the European Magnetic Resonance Forum
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
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If you want to learn something about magnetic resonance imaging or its applications choose your topic of interest. If you want to learn it from scratch start with Chapter 1; and if you want to air your brain, read the comments that are scattered in between and flagged with a writer's quill:
We hope that this textbook will be useful for you and that you will enjoy it. If you have comments or suggestions, please write to us.
Peter A. Rinck, Editor-in-Chief
on behalf of all contributors and collaborators
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