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Imaging in Nuclear Medicine

Giussani, Augusto, Hoeschen, Christoph (Eds.)

2013, VI, 237 p. 109 illus., 60 illus. in color.

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From the book reviews:

“The book is divided into four parts, each of which contains chapters focusing on generally related topics. … Imaging in Nuclear Medicine occupies a niche that would appeal to medical physicists developing an interest in the specialty as well as practicing nuclear medicine physicians who would like to better understand the basis of the most recent developments in image processing and reconstruction.” (R. Petter Tonseth, Radiology, Vol. 272 (1), July, 2014)

“This book concentrates on issues relevant to physics and imaging researchers, and does this well. … it brings together a number of important developments in a short volume, and it would be interesting for clinical scientists and others to refresh jaded palates with a reminder of where the field is heading, and particularly for those collaborating with academic researchers who need a short and fairly high-level introduction to nuclear medicine imaging.” (David Hall, Scope, Vol. 22 (4), December, 2013)

“The purpose is to provide an overview of recent and future trends that are, or are likely to be, important in the field of imaging in nuclear medicine. … The primary audience for this book is clinicians and scientists … involved in the development of nuclear imaging. There is something for everyone. … it represents a fair snapshot of where we are in nuclear medicine imaging, the nature of the problems that consume research and development efforts, and some insightful predictions about future innovations.” (Matthew R. Palmer, Doody’s Book Reviews, August, 2013)



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