Imaging in Oncology

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Imaging in Oncology
Author : Michael A. Blake
File Size : 44,7 Mb
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Language : English
Release Date : 23 March 2008
ISBN : 9780387755878
Pages : 565 pages
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Imaging in Oncology by Michael A. Blake Book PDF Summary

This pertinently illustrated and well referenced text serves as an up-to-date, attractive book of oncologic imaging for radiologists, oncologists, radiation therapists and others involved in oncologic care. This volume, with chapter contributions from world-renowned experts, provides clinical and research information that underpins accurate interpretation and sensible use of cancer imaging. The book also highlights new developments and advances in oncologic imaging.

Imaging in Oncology

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