Magnetic Resonance Review

This list of MRI resources is provided as a courtesy; we do not endorse materials not produced by the ASRT. The resources will assist R.T.s in sampling the pool of references and study materials that pertain to magnetic resonance and should be viewed as a snapshot of available materials. Omission of any one title is not intentional. Because the creation of literature and media related to the field is dynamic, R.T.s are encouraged to search additional sources for recent updates, revisions and additions to this collection of titles. Some of these materials are out of print but are still relevant review sources.

Resources in the ASRT Store

Member Retail
MR Basics The Series MR Basics – The Series
This package includes all 12 modules and a free bonus practice test containing 100 questions, which will help you prepare for the ARRT MR exam. This series satisfies the ARRT 16-credit Structured Education Requirements for MR.
$240 $320
MR Basics – The Series Plus Membership

Cover your CE needs now and in the future. You get access to 16 CE credits immediately from MR Basics, and at least an additional 15 CE credits each year available to ASRT members. Price is $350.
Save  21% over purchasing them separately.

Sectional Anatomy Essentials The Series Sectional Anatomy Essentials – The Series

This series of 9 online modules is designed for both new and seasoned health care professionals who want to improve their clinical competence. Written by radiologists and a registered radiologist assistant, this series uses high quality CT and MR images to explore the location and function of major anatomical structures in the human body.

$172.50 $230
MRI in Practice (5th Edition) MRI in Practice
Catherine Westbrook, John Talbot
McGraw-Hill Medical; 5th ed. 2018
$47.99 $59.99

For more magnetic resonance online education products, shop the ASRT Store.

Other Resources

To learn about ARRT certification requirements and find out more about taking the ARRT MRI exam to become a magnetic resonance technologist, visit You may also find the following resources helpful:

  • ISMRM — International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine   
  • SCMR — Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance   
  • SMRT — Society for MR Radiographers & Technologists