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MDCT [electronic resource] : From Protocols to Practice.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9788847008311Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9788847008328
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: MDCT : From Protocols to PracticeDDC classification:
  • 616.0757
LOC classification:
  • RC78.7.T62
Online resources:
Contents:
Preliminary; Section I / Physics and Techniques of MDCT; A Practical Approach to MDCT; Principles of Contrast Medium Delivery and Scan Timing in MDCT; Contrast Media Safety and Managing At-Risk Patients: Update 2008; MDCT Radiation Dose: Recent Advances; Dual-Source CT: Practical Aspects of Techniques and Applications; Contrast Considerations in Pregnancy; MDCT and Obesity; 3-D Post-processing: Principles and Practical Applications; Section II / MDCT of the Abdomen; Dual-Phase Liver MDCT; Hepatobiliary Imaging by MDCT; Soft Organ MDCT Imaging: Pancreas and Spleen
MDCT Perfusion in Acute StrokeSection IV / MDCT of Trauma; MDCT of Abdominal Trauma; Role of MDCT in the Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Trauma; MDCT in Children: Scan Techniques and Contrast Issues; Back matter;
Mesenteric and Renal CT AngiographyMulti-detector Computed Tomography in the Gastrointestinal System; Multi-detector Computed Tomography Urography; PET/CT in Abdominal and Pelvic Malignancies: Principles and Practices; Section III / MDCT of the Cardiovascular System; Imaging Protocols for Cardiac CT; MDCT Angiography of the Thoracic Aorta; Pulmonary Embolism Imaging with MDCT; MDCT Angiography of Peripheral Arterial Disease; Coronary CTA in Acute Chest Pain; Coronary CTA for Stent Evaluation; Section IV / MDCT of Head and Neck; CT Angiography of the Neck and Brain
Summary: Deals with the contemporary and topical issues in MDCT technology and applications. This book includes topics such as imaging of children and obese subjects, the use of contrast medium in pregnant women, coronary MDCT angiography, and PET/CT in abdominal and pelvic malignancies. It is suitable for radiologists, residents, and medical physicists.
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Preliminary; Section I / Physics and Techniques of MDCT; A Practical Approach to MDCT; Principles of Contrast Medium Delivery and Scan Timing in MDCT; Contrast Media Safety and Managing At-Risk Patients: Update 2008; MDCT Radiation Dose: Recent Advances; Dual-Source CT: Practical Aspects of Techniques and Applications; Contrast Considerations in Pregnancy; MDCT and Obesity; 3-D Post-processing: Principles and Practical Applications; Section II / MDCT of the Abdomen; Dual-Phase Liver MDCT; Hepatobiliary Imaging by MDCT; Soft Organ MDCT Imaging: Pancreas and Spleen

MDCT Perfusion in Acute StrokeSection IV / MDCT of Trauma; MDCT of Abdominal Trauma; Role of MDCT in the Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Trauma; MDCT in Children: Scan Techniques and Contrast Issues; Back matter;

Mesenteric and Renal CT AngiographyMulti-detector Computed Tomography in the Gastrointestinal System; Multi-detector Computed Tomography Urography; PET/CT in Abdominal and Pelvic Malignancies: Principles and Practices; Section III / MDCT of the Cardiovascular System; Imaging Protocols for Cardiac CT; MDCT Angiography of the Thoracic Aorta; Pulmonary Embolism Imaging with MDCT; MDCT Angiography of Peripheral Arterial Disease; Coronary CTA in Acute Chest Pain; Coronary CTA for Stent Evaluation; Section IV / MDCT of Head and Neck; CT Angiography of the Neck and Brain

Deals with the contemporary and topical issues in MDCT technology and applications. This book includes topics such as imaging of children and obese subjects, the use of contrast medium in pregnant women, coronary MDCT angiography, and PET/CT in abdominal and pelvic malignancies. It is suitable for radiologists, residents, and medical physicists.