The Safe Use of Ultrasound in Medical Diagnosis
by Gail ter Haar (ed.)
Publisher: The British Institute of Radiology 2012
Number of pages: 173
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.
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