Advances in Medical Diagnostic Techniques and Procedures
Megha Singh, S. Radhakrishnan
Anshan, 2005 - Medical - 212 pages
Medical diagnosis has made significant progress due to the availability of newer technologies, leading to better understanding of the internal structure and functioning of the human body. This volume contains recent developments, with the emphasis on telemedicine, biomedical instrumentation, artificial neural network modelling, biomedical imaging, hemorheological techniques and drug delivery systems. These articles, which provide in-depth knowledge and the latest breakthroughs, will prove to be valuable in the future development of these disciplines through the interaction between engineering, medicine and science.
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