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AuthorMerrick, Malcolm V. author
TitleEssentials of Nuclear Medicine [electronic resource] / by Malcolm V. Merrick
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1998
Edition Second Edition
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Descript V, 334p. 198 illus., 13 illus. in color. online resource


Essentials of Nuclear Medicine has four related objectives: 1. To provide the trainee in radiology or nuclear medicine with a practical and relevant overview of nuclear medicine, with an emphasis on diagnostic radionuclide techniques. 2. To provide the necessary non-mathematical "feel" for important principles. 3. To provide the non-medical scientist or para-medical technologist with a concise informative overview of what information may be clinically relevant, what can usefully be obtained and how to obtain it. 4. To provide a readily accessible bench book, giving at least a starting point - and frequently an answer - when unusual queries are received or less common procedures undertaken. The intention is not to supply a "recipe book" of pre-digested solutions but rather to provide a sound foundation on which the reader can build a knowledge of where and how nuclear medicine techniques may assist in patient care giving the maximum benefit for the patient at minimum cost


1 Skeleton -- 2 Lung -- 3 Urinary Tract -- 4 Heart -- 5 Endocrine -- 6 Gastro-intestinal Tract -- 7 Blood, Infection and Inflammation -- 8 Brain -- 9 Liver and Gall-bladder -- 10 Tumours and Soft Tissues -- 11 Paediatrics -- 12 Scientific Considerations โ{128}{148} Selected Topics -- Appendices

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