Nuclear medicine: the requisites in radiology
The 3rd Edition of this successful resource continues to present an easy and affordable way to master core knowledge and review important facts pertinent to the specialty. A concise, user-friendly format-with at-a-glance illustrations, boxes, and tables-enables you to access information quickly. Revised throughout to reflect the very latest advances in the field, it makes an excellent study source for certification and recertification review as well as clinical reference.
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Physics of Nuclear Medicine
Radiation Detection and Instrumentation
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