Michael E. Phelps is often called the "founder of PET" and the UCLA School of Medicine is recognized as one of the leading PET centers in the world. All of the contributors to this book are on the UCLA School of Medicine faculty; their combined areas of expertise enabled the creation of the premier reference book on PET. PET:Molecular Imaging and Its Biological Applications serves as a valuable resource for practicing physicians and residents and covers topics ranging from the basic principles of physics, molecular assays, preparation of molecular imaging probes, and biochemistry relevant for PET. Additionally, clinical applications in cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and neurological disorders are thoroughly discussed. Each chapter provides a complete overview of the topic material and guides the reader through the subject matter. Illustrations, PET scans, figures, tables, and solved example problems complement the text throughout. Readers also benefit from the extensive references and suggested reading material.
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Titolo: PET ( Positron Emission Tomography ) - Molecular Imaging and Its Biological Applications
Editore: Springer Verlag
Finitura: Copertina rigida
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