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Essential Physics of Medical Imaging, 3rd ed.(Int'l ed)

’˜ŽÒ : J.T.Bushberg, J.A.Seibert, E.M.Leidholdt,Jr. et al.
o”ÅŽÐ : LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
ISBN : 978-1-4511-1810-0
ƒy[ƒW” : 1030pp.
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1: Basic Concepts

1. Introduction to Medical Imaging
2. Radiation and the Atom
3. Interaction of Radiation with Matter
4. Image Quality
5. Medical Imaging
SECTION 2: Diagnostic Radiology
6. X-ray Prduction, X-ray Tubes, and X-ray Generators
7. Radiography
8. Mammography
9. Fluoroscopy
10. Computed Tomography
11. X-ray Dosmetry in Projection Imaging and Computed Tomography
12. Magnetic Resonance Basics: Magnetic Fields, Nuclear Magnetic Characteristics, Tissue Contrast, Image Acquisition
13. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Advanced Image Acquisition Methods, Artifacts, Spectroscopy, Quality Control, Siting, Bioeffects, and Safety
14. Ultrasound
SECTION 3: Nuclear Medicine
15. Radioactivity and Nuclear Transformation
16. Radionuclide Production, Radiopharmaceuticals, and Internal Dosimetry
17. Radiation Detection and Measurement
18. Nuclear Imaging - The Scintillation Camera
19. Nuclear Imaging - Emission Tomography
SECTION 4: Radiation Biology and Protection
20. Radiation Biology
21. Radiation Prptection
SECTION 5: Appendices
A. Fundamental Principles of Physics
B. Digital Computers
C. Physical Constants, Prefixes, Geometry, Conversion Factors, and Radiologic Data
D. Mass Attenuation Coefficients
E. Effective Doses, Organ Doses, and Fatal Doses from Medical Imaging Procedures
F. Radiopharmaceutical Characteristics and Dosimetry
G. Convolution and Fourier Transforms
H. Radiation Dose: Perspectives and Comparisons
I. Radionuclide Therapy Home Care Guidelines
Index