In recent years, the remarkable advances in medical imaging instruments have increased their use considerably for diagnostics as well as planning and follow-up of treatment. Emerging from the fields of radiology, medical physics and engineering, medical imaging no longer simply deals with the technology and interpretation of radiographic images. The limitless possibilities presented by computer science and technology, coupled with engineering advances in signal processing, optics and nuclear medicine have created the vastly expanded field of medical imaging.
Covering the principles of radiographic technique and interpretation for dogs, cats, and horses, Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 6th Edition helps you develop proficiency in diagnostic skills. High-quality radiographic images accompany clear coverage of diagnostic radiology, ultrasound, MRI, and CT, as well as patient positioning, radiograp
This book is the result of many years of clinical and
academic interest in diffusion-weighted MR (DW)
imaging of the brain. Researchers and clinicians at
the University of Rochester started to collect DW images
of a spectrum of abnormalities affecting the
brain immediately after this technique became available.
Several case series with clinical and radiographic
correlations have been presented at the annual
meetings of the American Society of Neuroradiology
and the Radiological Society of North America via
posters and scientific reports....
As our understanding of the disease processes and the biomechanics of the hip joint and
bony pelvis improves, there is a need to continuously update radiologists, orthopaedic
surgeons and other professionals working in this fi eld. This book, in common with several
others published in this series, takes a dual approach to the subject.
The fi rst section acquaints the reader with the full range of techniques available for
imaging the hip joint and musculoskeletal pelvic pathology, emphasizing the indications
Image registration is an emerging topic in image processing with many applications
in medical imaging, picture and movie processing. The classical problem of image
registration is concerned with finding an appropriate transformation between two
data sets. This fuzzy definition of registration requires a mathematical modeling and
in particular a mathematical specification of the terms appropriate transformations
and correlation between data sets. Depending on the type of application, typically
Euler, rigid, plastic, elastic deformations are considered.
The idea of this book originates from a series of lectures on “Detectors
Application in Medicine and Biology” that I was asked to give as part of
the Academic Training Program at CERN in 1995. In preparing the
series of lectures, I realized that I would be talking about detector
properties and the medical applications of these detectors to the scientists
and engineers who were their inventors.
This subcourse deals with fluoroscopy and with a number of other special
techniques and procedures. Some of these are not done often and may require extra
study to make up for lack of practice. Whether a procedure is demanding or routine, it
is important to remember you are dealing with a person and not just a technique. That
person, as well as the doctor, is depending on you to use these techniques in the best
way possible to produce radiographic useful in diagnosis.
(BQ) Part 1 the book "Clark's essential physics in imaging for radiographers" presents the following contents: Overview of image production, mathematics for medical imaging, physics for medical imaging, X-ray interactions in matter, X-rays, X-ray tube and X-ray circuit.
(BQ) Part 2 the book "Clark's essential physics in imaging for radiographers" presents the following contents: Principles of radiation detection and image formation, image quality, radiation dose and exposure indicators, image display and manipulation in medical imaging, radiation protection and safety,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Imaging of the hip & bony pelvis - Techniques and applications" presents the following contents: Radiographic evaluation, computed tomography (CT) and CT arthrography, MR and MR arthrography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, interventional procedures, congenital and developmental abnormalities,...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Ferris best test - A practical guide to laboratory medicine and diagnostic imaging" presents the following contents: Imaging and laboratory tests and algorithms, aseptic necrosis, cardiomegaly on chest radiograph, dysuria,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Imaging anatomy musculoskeletal" presents the following contents: Shoulder overview, shoulder radiographic and arthrographic anatomy, shoulder labrum, shoulder ligaments, elbow overview, elbow radiographic and arthrographic anatomy, elbow muscles and tendons, wrist measurements and lines,...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Imaging anatomy musculoskeletal" presents the following contents: Thigh radiographic anatomy and MR atlas, knee overview, knee extensor mechanism and retinacula, cruciate ligaments posterior capsule, knee and leg measurements and lines, ankle ligaments, foot overview, ankle tendons,...
The first edition of Handbook of MRI Technique was a resounding success. The rapidly increasing number of radiographers and technologists entering the modality, coupled with the development of education and training courses worldwide, has resulted in an increased demand for MRI books of any shape and size. The education of radiographers, technologists and radiologists often lags behind the rapid technological advances in MR.
During the diagnosis of oral and maxillofacial diseases, clinical and radiological data play a
major role. In this region, only a good clinical diagnosis along with a radiological examination
may lead to a successful diagnosis. A successful diagnosis and evaluation of clinical
examination are generally up to a profound knowledge of the normal anatomy of the region.
This manual on radiographic technique and projections, is a successor to the
Manual of Radiographic Technique that was published in 1986 with Drs T Holm,
P Palmer and E Lehtinen as authors, and was meant as a manual for the WHO
Basic Radiological System—WHO-BRS. The present manual can be used with any
equipment, but is especially designed for the use with X-ray machines that comply
with the specifications for the World Health Organization Imaging System for
Radiology is an essential component of dental diagnosis. Available
data clearly show that ionizing radiation, if delivered in sufficient
doses, may produce biological damage. However, it is not clear
that radiation in doses required for dental radiography presents
any risk. Neither is it clear that these small doses are free of risk.
Radiographically, the floor of the maxillary sinus appears as a thin radiopaque line (1). If there is
little pneumatization of the alveolar process, the floor of the sinus may be seen superior to the
roots of the maxillary posterior teeth, or it may not be visible on periapical radiographs. If the
maxilla is extensively pneumatized, the floor of the sinus will appear to drape around the roots of
the teeth or be superimposed over the roots of the teeth, giving the appearance of the roots
penetrating the sinus floor. In these cases, the lamina dura of maxillary posterior teeth...
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài:Long term evaluation of disease progression through the quantitative magnetic resonance imaging of symptomatic knee osteoarthritis patients: correlation with clinical symptoms and radiographic changes...
The idea for this book grew out of our experience in
teaching pediatric radiology to clinicians and students.
Clearly, there is a strong desire on the part of
those taking care of children to familiarize themselves
with the rudiments of the pediatric radiograph.
While radiologists have primary responsibility
for the interpretation of films, clinicians bring
valuable insight and information. Often they present
additional important data or ask searching questions
that prompt a re-evaluation of the films so that a
more appropriate diagnosis may be obtained....