Computed Tomography of the Body with Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Thorax and neck
Critically acclaimed best seller on CT scanning techniques - now completely updated and expanded to include magnetic resonance imaging. This new 3-volume edition gives you everything you need to know about CT and MRI of the thorax and neck, musuloskeletal system, and abdomen. Each volume covers basic anatomy, specific imaging techniques, descriptions and illustrations of the CT and MRI features of all pertinent entities, plus a comparison of the relative merits of CT and MRI for diagnostic imaging of a particular organ or body part.
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