Online Radiology Physics Courses
Basic Radiation Physics
Radiation Physics Review Notes
  1. Making X-rays
  2. Radiation Past and Present
  3. Radiation Related Terms
  4. Radiation and Radioactivity
  5. Radiation Measurement
  6. Radiation Safety
  7. Physics of X-RAY Production
  8. Coherent bremsstrahlung
  9. Analytical X-Ray Safety Manual
Radiology Physics Lectures Online
  1. X-Ray Production

  2. High energy electron beam striking high-Z material

  3. High energy electron beam striking high-Z material produces Heat

  4. High energy electron beam striking high-Z material produces Heat and X Rays.

  5. Bremsstrahlung “braking” radiation

  6. Energy of x rays is function of electron beam energy, Emax

  7. Bremsstrahlung x-ray properties

  8. Characteristic x rays produced by photo-electric absorption of tightly-bound electrons

  9. Characteristic x-ray energies

  10. Typical x-ray spectrum

  11. X ray tube design

  12. Focal spot geometry

  13. Angulated focal spot properties

  14. High voltage generation

  15. Types of rectification

  16. Three phase versus single phase

  17. High voltage generator properties

  18. HV generator controls

  19. Basic Physics Quiz

MRI Tutor ( Basics of MRI )
  1. Basics of MRI 
  2. Physical Principles

  3. MR Image Contrast

  4. Instrumentation 

  5. Image Characteristics 
  6. Artifacts
  7. Pulse sequences
  8. Safety 
  9. Contrast Agents 
  10. MR Angiography 
  11. MR Spectroscopy 
  12. Special Topics 
MRI Text Online(Joseph P. Hornak, Ph.D.)
  1. Introduction
  2. The Mathematics of NMR
  3. Spin Physics
  4. NMR Spectroscopy
  5. Fourier Transforms
  6. Imaging Principles
  7. Fourier Transform Imaging Principles
  8. Basic Imaging Techniques
  9. Imaging Hardware
  10. Image Presentation
  11. Image Artifacts
  12. Advanced Imaging Techniques
  13. Your MRI Exam
  14. Clinical Images
Physical Characteristics of Nuclear Medicine Images
I. Image Quality (or Clarity)
II. Unsharpness, Resolution
A. resolving power
B. point-spread function
C. line-spread function
D. edge-response function
E. modulation transfer function
F. factors degrading spatial resolution
III. Contrast
A. subject contrast
B. displayed contrast
C. dynamic range (latitude)
D. factors degrading contrast
IV. Noise
V. Artifacts (Attenuation)
VI. Conclusions
Isotopes and Radioactivity
Ultrasound Physics
Radiation Biology
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