Imaging in Oncology
Walter L. Curati
Cambridge University Press, Jan 2, 1998 - Medical - 217 pages
This book is a simply structured and straightforward, but nevertheless complete, introduction to basic scanning techniques, image interpretation and diagnosis in oncology, including ultrasound, Doppler imaging, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, and MRI. It also includes new techniques such as positron emission tomography and spectroscopy and their correlation to reliable imaging techniques.
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