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Professor Derek Jones, an international authority on diffusion MRI, has assembled lots of the world’s top scientists and clinicians constructing and utilising diffusion MRI to provide an authorship checklist that reads like a "Who’s Who" of the sphere and an important source for these operating with diffusion MRI. Destined to be a latest vintage, this definitive and richly illustrated paintings covers all elements of diffusion MRI from simple idea to scientific application.
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