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Useful MRI Links 1.
The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine at http://www.ismrm.org/
is essentially an association focused on the development and application of MR
techniques in medicine and biology. The portal has an useful list of NMR and MRI
resources available on the World Wide Web at http://www.ismrm.org/mr_sites.htm.
The weblinks are conveniently classified into elegant areas like Patient Care
& Safety, Anatomy, Artifacts, and Education etc.
2. MR Resource
is a worldwide leader in NMR spectrometers. It offers a wide variety of Nuclear
Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instrumentation, products and services. The site offers
a huge set of Clinical MRI and non Medical NMR links at http://www.mrr.com/links/NMRLinks.html
categorized into National Academic NMR Facilities, International Academic
NMR Facilities, Conferences & Societies, Journals & Books, Portals & Links
3. The Vaitkevicius Magnetic Resonance Center, Wayne State University,
Detroit, Michigan is a centre focusing on MR methods and its application in human
physiology and disease. A large set of MRI specific links is available at http://www.mrc.wayne.edu/mrlinks.htm.
It is divided into specific sub- sections like Academic, Articles, Conferences
& Societies, Government & Agencies, Hardware, International, Journals & Books,
Portals & Links, Safety and Software.
Spectroscopy Now at http://www.spectroscopynow.com
is one of the premier sites focusing on Spectroscopy and its myriad applications.
The links section available offers a set of links with a difference. The latest
and educative portal on the World Wide Web is offered at a separate section titled
What's new! . The other absorbing link areas are What's Hot, Journals, Organizations,
Research Groups, Safety and Software
The Adelaide MRI Website is an useful educative website at http://www.users.on.net/~vision/
authored by Greg Brown, Royal Adelaide Hospital MRI Unit, Adelaide South Australia.
Useful MRI links to other MRI Units are at hand from http://www.users.on.net/~vision/sites.htm.
6. Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the
Brain (FMRIB) accessible at http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/physics/ is a feature
rich educative portal. It offers useful MRI Physics Links at http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/physics/physics_links.html.
A broad set of links is further available at http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/resources/misc.html
7. MRI Education is a portal dealing with educational MRI resources from Catherine
Westbrook & John Talbotce. A series of MRI links area available as a pull down
menu at http://www.mrieducation.com/links.htm
8. Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute at Northwestern
Memorial Hospital in Chicago, (Home page http://www.nums.nwu.edu/feinbergcardio/mri/clinical.html)
offers a range of MRI Links at http://www.nums.nwu.edu/feinbergcardio/mri/links.html
focusing on MRI and Cardiac MRI.
9. ReviseMRI.com is a site encouraging
as a revision aid on MRI as well as an educational resource. The specific sections
include detailed Q&A, web-based animated tutorials and interactive learning tools.
MRI related links is categorized by Journals, the best MRI Educational Websites,
Organsiation, MRI Jobs etc are available at http://www.revisemri.com/other/links.htm
10. MRI Links from MRI on the web is available at
The material available in English and Dutch is authored by M Stoute and A van
Tilborgh and contains sections on Image, Protocols, and Favourites etc.
The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR
is an United Kingdom based organisation that deals with cancer and its prevention,
diagnosis, treatment and cure, established way back in 1909. Useful MRI links
are available at http://www.icr.ac.uk/cmagres/links.html.
A small but handy set of links on MR Spectroscopy is available from
Department of Radiology at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in University
of California San Francisco at http://www.sf.med.va.gov/mrs/MR_links.htm.
Spanish Society of Cardiology associated to the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic
Resonance has a concise list of MRI sites available at http://stnet.es/mri/WEBMRI1/Sites.html.
Other MRI links include http://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~mrh/research/bookmarks/index_4.html,
Dr IK Indrajit MD DNB
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