This is a "how-to" guide to techniques used in radiography and ultrasonography for small and large animals. It provides a comprehensive explanation of radiograph and ultrasound machine use, with descriptions of correct patient positioning.
A useful reference tool for students and practitioners alike, this textbook presents fundamental concepts in nuclear medicine such as math, statistics, and physics, as well as information on instrumentation, computer and laboratory sciences, and radiochemistry. It reflects the material covered in the nuclear medicine technology program curriculum.
Presents a useful case selection for sharpening diagnostic skills in this subspecialty area. This title emphasizes on differential diagnoses and pertinent radiological findings, and also covers the relevant clinical points. It contains many images, and is cross-referenced to "GU Radiology: The Requisites, 2e".
Suitable for accompanying "Textbook of Diagnostic Ultrasonography, 6th Edition", this workbook provides a comprehensive review of the material in the text. Activities include image identification, anatomy identification and labelling, definitions, transducer selection and manipulation exercises, sonographic techniques, and positioning exercises.
Covers various aspects of imaging technology, including the use of computers and lasers and the traditional imaging techniques. This book adopts a practical approach, explaining tests and looking at the application of techniques.
The perfect way to assess your knowledge for the USMLE Step 1 and neuroscience course exams! Neuroscience: PreTest features 500 USMLE-format questions, answers, and concise but comprehensive explanations of correct and incorrect answer options.
A revision series for students on system based and integrated courses. It features hints and tips, and Comprehension Check boxes that are designed to make it student-friendly. It provides a practice exam at the end, which enables students to assess their level of understanding.
A comprehensive resource for radiography. It includes a reference to appropriate positioning procedures, radiation protection standards, and space for recording technical exposure factors, and a practical technique system guide. It provides the information necessary to remind the radiographer of the basic procedural details.
Imaging is a critical component of the management of patients having radiotherapy. This book covers the basic principles of the main imaging modalities; site specific chapters give best practice for individual tumour sites, and it also contains information on radioprotection and regulatory issues.
Now in its second edition, Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Cell and Molecular Biology continues to provide a highly visual presentation of essential cell and molecular biology, focusing on topics related to human health and disease.
This easy-to-understand pocket guide, in the highly-respected Clark's family of radiology texts, is an invaluable tool for students, assistant practitioners and radiographers. It provides an accessible introduction to the subject in a readble style, with plentiful diagrams and photographs to support the text.
The book is a developed history of the radiological sciences - covering the back-story to Roentgen's discovery, the discovery itself and immediate reception the early days of radiology leading to classical radiology (the pre-digital world).
This book explores the lives and achievements of two Irish sisters, Edith and Florence Stoney, who pioneered the use of new electromedical technologies, especially X-rays but also ultraviolet radiation and diathermy.
Following the sucess of the previous editions of this established text, the sixth edition of Chesneysa Radiographic Imaging reflects the advances in radiography education and practice, and the changing role of the radiographer.
The new edition of this established text has been thoroughly revised and updated. It is divided into six parts. The first two parts cover the X--ray tube and X--ray generators. Part three looks at general, multipurpose radiographic equipment.
Gives a combination of insights into the legal, medical and patients' points of view regarding how X-rays are taken, regulated, interpreted and misinterpreted in the context of accident and emergency departments. This textbook emphasises the importance of knowing about normal anatomy and normal variations, and of the enormous scope for error.
An accessible practical guide for non-specialists and specialists alike Provides a clear introduction to essential imaging theory Addresses all aspects of nursing care including patient preparation, imaging procedures, and post-procedure care Explores the role and responsibilities of the nurse Assumes no prior knowledge.
Emphasises on the practice of nuclear medicine. Suitable for the radiologist, physician, physicist or technologist starting in nuclear medicine, this book contains important developments in nuclear medicine.
Allows students and practitioners to quickly develop a better understanding of diagnostic imaging. Covering soft tissue imaging and skeletal imaging, including brain and spinal cord, chest, and abdomen, this title integrates plain film with MRI and CT.
Offering coverage of both digital radiography and conventional film-screen radiography, this title helps you master the fundamental principles of imaging, produce clear images, and reduce the number of repeat radiographs.
Represents a general introduction to radiation biology and a complete course especially for residents in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine that follows the Syllabus in Radiation Biology of the RSNA. This title addresses topics in radiation oncology, such as cancer biology, retreatment after radiotherapy, and more.
A title that reviews the knowledge and understanding, provides a starting point for researchers and practitioners entering the field, and builds a platform for further research and discovery. It includes chapters that are extensively referenced to provide readers with a comprehensive list of resources on the topics covered.
This book follows a systematic approach to assessing radiographs, instructing the reader on the appearances of radiological abnormalities and comparing these with normal radiographs. Each chapter walks through a different part of the body, with numerous example radiographs, well annotated for clear reference and explanation.
Regardless of changes in technology and clinical grading, the most important role of the radiographer remains unchanged - ensuring the production of high quality images and optimal treatment. This title provides comprehensive coverage of the principles and application of physics for both diagnostic and therapeutic radiography students.
Featuring a practical, clinical approach, this title helps you build a foundation in chest x-ray interpretation. It presents fundamental principles and key anatomical concepts. It walks you through examples of chest x-ray features that provide evidence of abnormality. It explores a variety of problems and dilemmas common to clinical practice.
Blackwell Publishing is delighted to announce that this book has been Highly Commended in the 2004 BMA Medical Book Competition. Here is the judges' summary of this book: "This is a technical book on a technical subject but presented in a delightful way.
Concerned with skeletal muscle physiology sand biochemistry. This book covers from embryonic development, muscle organization, energy metabolism, structure of the muscle fibre to mechanisms of fatigue. It is illustrated, and features appropriate photographs of fibres and drawings/graphs to illustrate biochemistry.
Suitable for all those who work in the Emergency Department, this book offers step-by-step analytical approaches which help them to answer this question: "These images look normal to me, but... how can I be sure that I am not missing a subtle but important abnormality?"
Covers a range of laboratory and diagnostic tests and studies, grouped according to specimen and function/test type such as: blood, urine, stool, and cerebrospinal fluid. Each test is described in detail, with step-by-step guidance on correct procedure and tips for accurate interpretation.
The analysis of cross-sectional anatomical images is a supplementary method of teaching anatomy to students. Intended for students and medical professionals, this guide acts as a reference towards the interpretation of CT studies. In full colour throughout, it contains a figure and description on each page, of images of normal axial CT anatomy.