Medical Imaging: Essentials for Physicians
"An excellent primer on medical imaging for all members of the medical profession . . . including non-radiological specialists. It is technically solid and filled with diagrams and clinical images illustrating important points, but it is also easily readable . . . So many outstanding chapters . . . The book uses little mathematics...
Digital Signal Processing for Medical Imaging Using Matlab
This book describes medical imaging systems, such as X-ray, Computed tomography, MRI, etc. from the point of view of digital signal processing. Readers will see techniques applied to medical imaging such as Radon transformation, image reconstruction, image rendering, image enhancement and restoration, and more.
This book also...
Magnetic Resonance Tomography
With an incredible 2400 illustrations, and written by a multitude of international experts, this book provides a comprehensive overview of both the physics and the clinical applications of MRI, including practical guidelines for imaging. The authors define the importance of MRI in the diagnosis of several disease groups in comparison or...
New Techniques in Thoracic Imaging
Contains nearly 300 high-quality images and diagrams that illustrate the state-of-the-art thoracic imaging such as advanced 2-D and 3-D CT reconstruction methods, FDG-PET imaging, CT nodule enhancement, magnetic resonance angiography and ventilation imaging!
This authoritative reference presents the latest advances in...
Fundamentals of Digital Imaging in Medicine
There was a time not so long ago, well within the memory of many of us, when medical
imaging was an analog process in which X-rays, or reflected ultrasound signals,
exiting from a patient were intercepted by a detector, and their intensity depicted as
bright spots on a fluorescent screen or dark areas in a photographic film. The... Multidetector-Row CT of the Thorax (Medical Radiology / Diagnostic Imaging)
With the advent of multidetector-row technology, excitement has returned to computed tomography. Not only can we now image faster and with better resolution than ever before. More importantly, the development of sophisticated image acquisition techniques has enabled us to venture into areas previously considered to be beyond the scope of CT...
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