Cross-Sectional Imaging Made Easy
This volume covers the three types of cross-sectional imaging that are in common use today - computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound (US). The book is a simplified text that illustrates how each modality can be most appropriately used. Using a clear and simple... read more style, each section includes a description of the relevant technique, followed by illustrated anatomical examples of where the use of the modality is best considered. This book will be of help not just to medical students and junior doctors, but to many others working in the health profession.
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