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Without doubt, Shiota's and Yoshikawa's excellent and highly illustrated text on 3D echocardiography will provide the reader with a definitive viewpoint on the benefits of utilizing 3D echocardiography, a relatively new imaging tool in the clinical armamentarium. These two internationally recognized experts share with the reader the basic facts of 3D, as well as their personal experience in the field. The only book on the market that reflects the latest technology in 3D echocardiographic imaging, this source is highly illustrated with top quality illustrations reflecting the advancement in diagnostic technology.
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Takahiro Shiota (塩田 隆比呂, Shiota Takahiro) is a Japanese mathematician at Kyoto University. In 1986, he proved Novikov's conjecture about the Riemann–Schottky problem by characterization of Jacobian varieties.
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