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Handbook of Physics in Medicine and Biology
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on September 28, 2010
Format: Hardcover
"My deep impression is this is an excellent work by a highly competent team. The book chapters follow logically from the properties of the cell membrane through sensors and electroreception, biomechanics and fluid dynamics to the recording of bioelectrical signals, bioelectric impedence analysis, X-ray and computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasonic and thermographic imaging.... keep this book close at hand and do not hesitate to use it frequently." --Biomedical Engineering OnLine review by Prof. Ivan Dotsinsky

"covers the engineering and physics that can help explain clinical conditions, describes the technology used to examine them, and then integrates this information to look at emerging technologies that align the pursuit of health with the laws of physics, leading to improved diagnostic and therapeutic applications." --Anticancer Research review

"The handbook includes hundreds of diagrams, images and tables, making it a useful tool for both medical physicists/engineers and other medical/biology specialists....includes materials that are rarely combined together, which strengthens its interdisciplinary approach." --Physics in Medicine & Biology review
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