Physics for Medical Imaging
This new text presents core information about radiological physics in a user-friendly, accessible manner. Topics covered include radiation physics; imaging with X-rays; films and screens; fluoroscopy, digital imaging, and computerized tomography; gamma imaging; radiation hazards and protection; imaging with ultrasound; and magnetic resonance imaging. Also features review questions at the end of each chapter, and a quasi-mathematical addendum.
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