PET and PET/CT
Presenting both oncological and nononcological applications, this book covers the full range of scenarios the clinician is likely to encounter in the professional setting. With a special focus on PET/CT correlation and FDG oncological imaging, this text addresses the important role of PET/CT in managing patients with brain neoplasms; thyroid cancer; breast cancer; gastric cancer; lymphoma; melanoma; pancreatic cancer; gynecological neoplasms; urological neoplasms; musculoskeletal neoplasms, and more. Each chapter in the Oncological Applications section of the text focuses on a particular disease, allowing the reader to quickly access the information relevant to managing a specific clinical situation. Thorough review of the existing scientific literature and pointers on how to interpret and report images provide readers with the tools to sharpen their assessment and decision-making skills.
Efficient organization allows easy access to key concepts
Review of normal variations and benign findings
More than 200 graphics including state-of-the-art color PET/CT images
Discussion of the basic science of PET and PET/CT
This text is ideal for students, residents, and both beginning and experienced practitioners in the fields of radiology, oncology, nuclear medicine, and nuclear medicine technology.
A Clinical Guide
|Pubblicato:||2006, 200 pp, 2 tables, 227 illustrations, softcover|