MRI Manual of Pelvic Cancer
Paul A. Hulse, B. M. Carrington, Bernadette M. Carrington
Taylor & Francis, Feb 5, 2004 - Medical - 266 pages
An essential reference for all radiologists using Magnetic Resonance Imaging to identify and diagnose pelvic cancer, MRI Manual of Pelvic Cancer provides readers with a working knowledge of current technology and a comprehensive set of images of the various pelvic cancers. The book starts with three introductory chapters focusing on basic pelvic anatomy, imaging, and reporting. The subsequent chapters focus on each of the major types of pelvic cancer using a consistent format to aid diagnosis. Written by internationally renowned authors, the book is an invaluable bench reference for all those required to report on MR examinations.
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