I am looking for recommendations for good books or review papers on MR Physics and other related fields to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of challenges we face when trying to improve QA and QC in neuroimaging. Thanks.
We do have a Zotero library, but they are often cutting-edge papers focused on news and not fundamentals except for some reviews:
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Thanks Jean and Ariel, both are great books (ordered them).
Jean, chapter titles in the “MRI from Picture to Proton” book are fabulous (like What You Set is What You Get, Seeing is Believing, Ghost in the Machine, A Heart to Heart to discussion etc). Parts of what I’ve been looking for is covered in the “Lost in The Pulse Sequence Jungle” chapter, and their chapters are concise too.
I'd recommend Dwight Nishimura's book as a really good introduction to MR physics and engineering: https://ee.stanford.edu/~dwight/book.html