CT Teaching Manual A Systematic Approach to CT Reading

Matthias Hofer
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4th edition
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This manual was written for medical students, technologists, interns, and residents in Radiology as well as for physicians who are at the beginning of their clinical training and wish to become acquainted with the subject of computed tomography. The emphasis is on the normal anatomic orientation. Additionally, the most common and important pathologic changes and normal variants have been selected as study examples.
The manual is also for students and physicians in training who do not pursue specialty training in radiology, but who refer patients for CT examinations and wish to acquire a better understanding of CT. Therefore, this manual also addresses questions concerning the selection of contrast medium and adequate patient preparation for examinations important to physicians in other specialties.

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