By Jasjit S Suri Ed., Ruey-Feng Chang, Chirinjeev Kathuria, Aaron Fenster, Filippo Molinari
The final twenty years have witnessed unparalleled advancements of latest imaging platforms using three-D visualization - platforms that experience revolutionized diagnostic radiology. Now, for the 1st time, this groundbreaking source provide you with particular assurance of the newest concepts in diagnostic and healing three-D ultrasound imaging instrumentation and methods. offering an excellent evaluate of strength purposes in medical perform, you discover need-to-know info on significant illnesses, together with vascular ailments, breast melanoma, cardiac abnormalities, prostate melanoma. additionally, the booklet covers state of the art computer-aided prognosis concepts and offers leading edge remedies enabled by means of advances in ultrasound know-how. filled with over 250 illustrations, this trail-blazing quantity provide you with the transparent, functional suggestions at the most modern applied sciences on your box. software program incorporated CD-ROM incorporated! comprises full-color photographs of the entire figures provided within the e-book.
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