Medical Imaging Quizzes & Trivia

We might believe that something might be inside of you. We are not sure what it is but from what it seems, we might be dealing with a serious number of correct answers. We will need to perform medical imaging and then try and get these answers out by using one of our specially crafted trivias. This won’t hurt a bit so do not worry about the procedure. Just make sure that the answers are good.

Medical imaging seeks to reveal internal structures hidden by what? As a discipline and in its widest sense, it is part of what technique? Up until 2010, about how many medical imaging studies had been performed worldwide? All of these and many more will have to be solved now let’s get those answers out.
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Medical Imaging Questions & Answers


How does Rectangular field of view (RFOV) reduce scan time?
RFOV reduces scan time by collecting fewer phase lines along the smaller dimension of the anatomy. Remember the number of phase lines is equeal to the n umber of repetitions of the sequence. For this to work the phase encoding direction but be ali
Which of the following statements is true?
X-rays with shorter wavelengths penetrate farther than x-rays with longer wavelengths.
What is magnetization transfer?
In tissue containing both pools, there is an exchange of magnetization between the pools due to dipole-dipole interaction. This means that becuase of an exchange mechanism in those tissues, magnetization of both pools tend to be equalized. This is
In a 2D imaging sequence, what is the scan time of a spin echo sequence using a TR of 0.5 seconds, 2 signal averages, and a matrix of 256x256 to image 12 slices?
Solution Scan time = TRx Sig Avgs x Matrix lines ---------------------------- echo train length =0.5 x 2x 256 = 256 seconds =4.27 minutes Also, since 3 minutes = 240 seconds, then it follows that scan time =
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