Handbook of Nuclear Medicine
Conveniently divided by organ system, each chapter of this quick-reference manual covers anatomy, physiology, radiopharmaceuticals, imaging techniques and normal scans, followed by abnormal findings and their differential diagnoses. Includes SPECT imaging, radiolabeled antibodies for imaging infection, monoclonal antibodies for detecting tumor, in vitro renal function techniques, pharmacologic agents for cardiac stress testing, expanded role of PET imaging and much more!
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Endocrine System Imaging
Central Nervous System Imaging
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