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Medicine - Nuclear Medicine | Cancer Staging Diagnosis with PET/CT

Cancer Staging Diagnosis with PET/CT

Inoue, Tomio

Tateishi, Ukihide (Ed.)

2016, X, 365 p. 1300 illus., 700 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • Includes case examples with PET/CT images of common malignant tumors
  • This unique book organizes common malignant tumors by histologic subtype
  • A concise guide to the clinical use of PET/CT imaging in cancer staging diagnosis
Cancer Staging Diagnosis with PET/CT is a concise guide to the clinical use of PET/CT imaging in cancer staging diagnosis. PET/CT is currently the prevailing modality for visualizing the distribution of radionuclide tracers in patients to diagnose malignant tumors. This unique book organizes common malignant tumors by histologic subtype, with clinical case examples of each accompanied by high-resolution figures and information on image interpretation and clinical discussion points. Chapters are organized into major sections of anatomic regions based on the TNM classification of malignant tumors, including brain, head & neck, chest, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, breast, gynecological, bone/soft tissues, pediatrics, and hematology.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » PET - PET-CT - cancer staging - nuclear medicine - oncology imaging

Related subjects » Nuclear Medicine - Oncology & Hematology - Radiology

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