Radioisotopes in Medicine
by Earl W. Phelan
Publisher: United States Atomic Energy Commission 1966
Number of pages: 61
Radioisotopes play an important role in medicine. For the diagnostician, small harmless quantities of many isotopes serve as tools to aid him in gaining information about normal and abnormal life processes. Research in hundreds of laboratories is continuing to add to our knowledge.
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by Brian Cook, Tomas Dvorak - Wikibooks
This textbook is meant to be used by residents, medical students, and practicing physicians in radiation oncology. Its main purpose is to be a useful reference for those wishing to gain knowledge about clinical radiation oncology.
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This text concisely covers the physics of ultrasound and how to exploit the features of today's equipment to optimize every image, while using methods to assure that the fetus is exposed to the lowest ultrasound energies.
- World Health Organization
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by Bo N. Nilsson - De Gruyter Open Ltd
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