Integrating Cardiology for Nuclear Medicine Physicians
A Guide to Nuclear Medicine Physicians
Movahed, A., Gnanasegaran, G., Buscombe, J., Hall, M. (Eds.)
2009, XIV, 544 p.
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First book integrating information from both cardiology and nuclear cardiology in-depth
Covers all major topics in cardiology and nuclear cardiology
Combines basic science and clinical practice and compares and contrasts nuclear medicine techniques with other imaging such as cardiac MRI
International authorship not only from Europe and North America but also from Asia, the fast growing market in nuclear medicine
Nuclear cardiology is no longer a medical discipline residing solely in nuclear medicine. This is the first book to recognize this fact by integrating in-depth information from both the clinical cardiology and nuclear cardiology literature, and acknowledging cardiovascular medicine as the fundamental knowledge base needed for the practice of nuclear cardiology. The book is designed to increase the practitioner's knowledge of cardiovascular medicine, thereby enhancing the quality of interpretations through improved accuracy and clinical relevance.The text is divided into four sections covering all major topics in cardiology and nuclear cardiology: