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Clinical MR Neuroimaging

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  • Page extent: 916 pages
  • Size: 276 x 219 mm
  • Weight: 3.49 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521515634)

Clinical MR Neuroimaging
Cambridge University Press
9780521515634 - Clinical MR Neuroimaging - Physiological and Functional Techniques - Edited by Jonathan H. Gillard, Adam D. Waldman and Peter B. Barker
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Clinical MR Neuroimaging

Physiological and Functional Techniques

Second Edition

Edited by

Jonathan H. Gillard

Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK

Adam D. Waldman

Imperial College, London, UK

Peter B. Barker

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA

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