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Computed Tomography: Physical Principles, Clinical Applications, and Quality Control

by Euclid Seeram

Publisher: Saunders
Publication Date: Monday, January 15, 2001
Number of Pages: 430
ISBN: 0721681735

Book Summary:
This book is dedicated to the subject of computed tomography physics. The new edition of this comprehensive text includes the very latest in computed tomography principles, applications, and technology. This resource discusses multi-slice computed tomography in detail with coverage of fundamental physical principles, image reconstruction, and applications such as 3-D imaging, fluoroscopy, angiography, virtual reality imaging, and volume scanning. This book also contains 22 quality control tests for CT scanners. It includes many completely updated chapters, revised illustrations, and new contributors. This is an essential reference textbook for anyone in the field of radiologic technology.


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