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About this book
This book provides insights into current radiology practices in diagnostic imaging, discussing specific features of individual imaging techniques, such as sensitivity, specificity and accuracy and signal-to-noise ratio. It includes chapters on various established imaging methods as well as emerging methods such as EPR imaging, and their applications in the diagnosis of skin cancer, brain tumors, oral diseases and kidney cysts. Adopting a bottom-up approach and presenting the recent trends in a simple manner with the help of examples, the book appeals to a wide audience, including academics, researchers, medical and nursing students, as well as healthcare professionals in the field of imaging and radiology.
CT, Fluoroscopy and Radiography Ultrasound Imaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging Photoacoustic Imaging Acousto-photonic Imaging Nuclear Medicine Imaging