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Radiologic science for technologists; physics, biology, and protection, 9th ed.

9780323048378

Radiologic science for technologists; physics, biology, and protection, 9th ed.

Bushong, Stewart Carlyle.

Elsevier Mosby

2008

685 pages

$89.95

Hardcover

R895

Stewart (Baylor College of Medicine) introduces the principles of radiologic physics, the X-ray beam, radiographic film and technique, mammography, computer applications in radiology, relevant human biology, and radiation protection. Color photographs and illustrations are provided. The ninth edition adds a chapter on multislice spiral computed tomography and two chapters on digital imaging.

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