Innovations in diagnostic radiology
The current status and future applications of various diagnostic imaging procedures are discussed in this volume. The main focus is on research and development, in particular the potential they hold for further development and clinical application in various specialties. The subject matter includes magnetic resonance imaging, interventional radiology, ultrasound, image analysis and management, positron emmission tomography, and research training programs.
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Current and Future Challenges for Academic Radiology
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