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New recommendations in Cardiothoracic Imaging emphasizes rising equipment in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, positron-emission tomography, and comparable know-how. potent use of those instruments can facilitate the id, research, and therapy of illnesses and issues quite often encountered in day-by-day medical perform. The individuals to this quantity discuss:

  • PET-CT
  • Cardiac CT
  • Multidetector-row helical CT
  • High-resolution CT of the lungs
  • Cardiac MR
  • Functional MR
  • Digital chest radiography

Bringing readers to the vanguard of the sphere with specialist tests of latest and rising applied sciences which are impacting cardiothoracic imaging, the ebook provides the paintings of pro specialists who've constructed a radical medical and uncomplicated wisdom during this evolving self-discipline and supply useful advice on incorporating new strategies from the laboratory to the medical perform. greater than 250 highly-detailed medical pictures increase the text.

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