Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Imaging: Physics and Technology explains the underlying physical and technical principles behind a range of cardiovascular and neurovascular imaging modalities, including radiography, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Examining this interdisciplinary branch of medical imaging from academic, clinical, and industrial perspectives, this comprehensive book: Covers each major imaging modality as well as special applications, time-resolved techniques, and image-guided therapies Discusses image quality and accuracy, radiation safety and dosimetry, and image formation and analysis Explores current and future trends in vascular imaging procedures and technologies Featuring chapters authored by field experts, Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Imaging: Physics and Technology combines the latest information on the physics and technology of cardiovascular and neurovascular imaging under one cover, providing students, professionals, and researchers with a single, state-of-the-art reference.Reference point air kerma (Ka, r) was a concept introduced by the IEC in 2000 ( 60601-2-43)  and is defined as the total air ... For fluoroscopic systems manufactured after June 10, 2006, the FDA requires that the CAK and the air kerma rateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Imaging|
|Author||:||Carlo Cavedon, Stephen Rudin|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2015-09-02|