Nuclear Cardiology: Practical Applications
Gary V. Heller, Robert Hendel
McGraw Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2004 - Medical - 369 pages
This is a clinical guide for physicians in need of practical information on the indications for and interpretations of the results of a nuclear test. Presents practical information on the indications for and interpretations of the results of a nuclear test. Features an excellent section comparing the various imaging modalities as well as an overview of the technical aspects of nuclear cardiology.
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