The Mathematics of Computerized Tomography (Classics in Applied Mathematics)
By computerized tomography (CT) we mean the reconstruction of a function from its line or plane integrals, irrespective of the field where this technique is applied. In the early 1970s CT was introduced in diagnostic radiology and since then, many other applications of CT have become known, some of them preceding the application in radiology...
PET/CT in Clinical Practice
Emphasizing practical technique over underlying physics, this book discusses the use of PET/CT imaging in lung, lymphoma, esophageal, colorectal, head/neck and melanoma, and tumors of the reproductive system. Each chapter offers a summary of the appropriate staging system, and a full chapter is devoted to the range of normal PET/CT...
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