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Radiology Review

Radiologic Physics

Prepare for success on the boards with this state-of-the-art review of radiologic physics! Each chapter offers a concise outline of the information you need to know today. Original diagrams make complex concepts easy to understand and more than 550 multiple-choice questions, with answers and explanations, allow you to test your understanding of the full range of topics. Plus, a bonus CD-ROM bound in the back of every book contains over 1,800 slides of supplementary review material.

Audience
Radiology Residents, Radiology Technicians, Health Science Libraries

Paperback, 272 Pages

Published: April 2005

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4160-2260-2

Contents

  • 1. Properties of X-rays

    2. The X-ray Tube

    3. X-ray Tube Heat Loading Characteristics

    4. X-ray Production

    5. X-ray Equipment Electronics

    6. X-ray Interactions with Matter

    7. X-ray Filters

    8. Collimators & Grids

    9. Intensifying Screens

    10. Film Characteristics, Film Processing & Film Quality Control

    11. Computers in Radiology

    12. CR, DR and PACS

    13. Image Quality

    14. Radiation Doses & Safety

    15. Radiation Biology Summary

    16. Fluoroscopy Systems

    17. Mammography

    18. CT Scanners

    19. Ultrasound

    20. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    21. Nuclear Medicine Physics

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