Multi-Detector CT Imaging 1st Edition
Developments in CT technology during the last 20 years have impressively improved its diagnostic potentialities. Part of a two-volume set that covers all aspects of CT imaging, Multi-Detector CT Imaging: Abdomen, Pelvis, and CAD Applications contains easily searchable clinical specialty chapters that provide specific information without the need of an index.
The coverage goes far beyond just a “how-to” or an encyclopedia of findings, however. The authors have uniformly put techniques, clinical findings, pathologic disease presentations, and clinical implications from a practical perspective.
It is no wonder that with the critical role CT plays and the rapid innovations in computer technology that advances in the capabilities and complexity of CT imaging continue to evolve. While information about these developments may be scattered about in journals and other resources, this two-volume set provides an authoritative, up-to-date, and educational reference that covers the entire spectrum of CT.
About the Author
Jasjit S. Suri is a research professor at the Biomedical Research Institute and chief technology officer at Biomedical Technologies, Inc.
” Multi-Detector CT Imaging 1st Edition starts with a chapter on technical principles of CT that explains the basic physics in a lucid manner. There are chapters on contrast media and also on radiation doses that covers the necessary requirements of postgraduate examinations. In the system-wise chapters, this book is a good treatise on the imaging of those organs which have still a major role or exclusive role of CT, e.g., lungs, pancreas, and clinical conditions like trauma/emergency imaging.
Multi-Detector CT Imaging 1st Edition does mention MRI appearances and includes MR images where necessary, e.g., neuroimaging. The book has been printed on good quality paper and the binding is strong. The book will be a good addition on the radiologist’s bookshelf and will be useful for day-to-day reference especially for emergency and trauma CT reporting.”
―Mandar Varadpande, The Society of Radiologists in Training.
|Date||October 21, 2013|