A Guide to Radiological Procedures
Stephen Chapman, Richard Nakielny
Baillière Tindall, 1993 - Medical radiology - 427 pages
This is a concise pocket-book covering information on the radiological procedures carried out on a daily basis, combined with the basic principles of the less common investigations.
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Intravascular Contrast Media
Contrast agents in MRI
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