By Miles N. Wernick, John N. Aarsvold
Puppy and SPECT are of modern most vital medical-imaging tools, delivering photos that exhibit sophisticated information regarding physiological methods in people and animals. Emission Tomography: the basics of puppy and SPECT explains the physics and engineering rules of those very important functional-imaging tools. The expertise of emission tomography is roofed intimately, together with old origins, medical and mathematical foundations, imaging structures and their elements, photograph reconstruction and research, simulation innovations, and medical and laboratory purposes. The publication describes the cutting-edge of emission tomography, together with all points of traditional SPECT and puppy, in addition to modern subject matters corresponding to iterative picture reconstruction, small-animal imaging, and PET/CT platforms. This publication is meant as a textbook and reference source for graduate scholars, researchers, clinical physicists, biomedical engineers, engineers and physicists within the medical-imaging undefined. Thorough tutorials of primary and complex issues are offered by way of dozens of the prime researchers in puppy and SPECT. SPECT has lengthy been a mainstay of scientific imaging, and puppy is now one of many world's quickest starting to be clinical imaging strategies, as a result of its dramatic contributions to melanoma imaging and different functions. Emission Tomography: the basics of puppy and SPECT is a vital source for figuring out the expertise of SPECT and puppy, the main established different types of molecular imaging. *Contains thorough instructional remedies, coupled with insurance of complex themes *Three of the 4 holders of the celebrated Institute of electric and Electronics Engineers clinical Imaging Scientist Award are bankruptcy individuals *Include colour paintings
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