e-books in Radiology category
by Ahmet Mesrur Halefoglu (ed.) - InTech , 2018
During the recent years, there have been major breakthroughs in MRI due to developments in scanner technology. The advanced neuroimaging techniques have enabled us to achieve invaluable insights into tissue microstructure and brain connectivity.
by Cem Onal (ed.) - InTech , 2017
Radiotherapy plays a key role in the treatment of many cancer types. This book is intended to bring forward the recent advancements in the field of radiation oncology. It contains many valuable contributions from physicians and medical physicists.
by Bo N. Nilsson - De Gruyter Open Ltd , 2015
The textbook includes more than a hundred exercises and solutions to applied problems suitable for courses in basic radiation physics. Each chapter begins with a summary of important definitions and relations useful for the subject.
by Gail ter Haar (ed.) - The British Institute of Radiology , 2012
Written at a level intended to be accessible to readers from all backgrounds, this book covers the basic concepts important for the safe use of ultrasound and points the interested reader to the extensive literature on these topics.
by Earl W. Phelan - United States Atomic Energy Commission , 1966
Radioisotopes play an important role in medicine. For the diagnostician, small quantities of many isotopes serve as tools to aid him in gaining information about normal and abnormal life processes. Research is continuing to add to our knowledge.
by Alfred Abuhamad (ed.) - GLOWM , 2014
This text concisely covers the physics of ultrasound and how to exploit the features of today's equipment to optimize every image, while using methods to assure that the fetus is exposed to the lowest ultrasound energies.
- National Academies Press , 2014
The growing use of medical diagnostic procedures is correlated with tremendous and undeniable benefits in the care of patients. However, it is accompanied by growing concerns about the risks associated with procedures that utilize ionizing radiation.
by Sandro Misciagna (ed.) - InTech , 2013
Positron Emission Tomography is a nuclear medicine technique first used to study the brain. The book reviews some of developments in PET instrumentation, with emphasis on data acquisition and image formation, with applications in human research.
- World Health Organization , 1995
This manual, a basic reference text that covers ultrasound techniques, recognition of normal anatomical features and differential diagnosis, is the first of two volumes which extensively cover modern diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasonography.
by Kieran Maher - Wikibooks , 2011
This text succinctly explains the physical basis of X-Rays and their modern application in Diagnostic Radiography. The book is primarily for students with foundations in anatomy and could also be of interest to physics and engineering students.
by Masayuki Tanabe - InTech , 2011
In this book, the authors present a dozen state of the art developments for ultrasound imaging, for example, hardware implementation, transducer, beamforming, signal processing, measurement of elasticity, diagnosis, and more.
- National Center for Biotechnology Information , 2011
The Molecular Imaging and Contrast Agent Database is a source of scientific information regarding molecular imaging and contrast agents (in clinical trials or commercially available) that have in vivo data published in peer-reviewed journals.
by Youxin Mao - InTech , 2010
This book is designed to present the most recent advances in instrumentation, methods, and image processing as well as clinical applications in important areas of biomedical imaging. It provides broad coverage of the field of biomedical imaging.
by Brian Cook, Tomas Dvorak - Wikibooks , 2010
This textbook is meant to be used by residents, medical students, and practicing physicians in radiation oncology. Its main purpose is to be a useful reference for those wishing to gain knowledge about clinical radiation oncology.
by National Research Council - National Academies Press , 1996
This book documents the key research challenges in mathematics and physics that could enable the economical development of novel biomedical imaging devices. It introduces the frontiers of biomedical imaging to the educated nonspecialist.
by Joseph P. Hornak - Interactive Learning Software , 2008
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging technique used primarily in medical settings to produce high quality images of the inside of the human body. This text presents a comprehensive picture of the basic principles of MRI.
by Kieran Maher - Wikibooks , 2006
Nuclear Medicine is a fascinating application of nuclear physics. The first ten chapters of this book support a basic introductory course in an early semester of an undergraduate program. Additional chapters cover more advanced topics in this field.