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Imaging in Oncology consists of scholarly reviews that describe the role of imaging in oncology for diagnosis, follow-up and image guided interventions. Experts in various fields of radiology have contributed to this book. The contents are organized into several sections based on the primary site of malignancy. Each section includes scholarly reviews on the present role of modern imaging techniques in malignancies involving different parts of the body. The reviews highlight new developments and advances in oncologic imaging and discusses established and new techniques such as plain radiography, ultrasound, CT, MR imaging, nuclear medicine, PET and PET/CT. This textbook serves as an up-to-date, attractive, broad overview book of oncologicimaging for radiologists and others involved in oncologic care, particularly medical oncologists and radiation therapists.Series Editor's comments:"There have been remarkable advances in oncologic imaging over the past decade. Leading figures in the field describe both the techniques and applications against a spectrum of malignancies. This text serves as a resource for clinicians and radiologists involved in cancer care."Steven T. Rosen, M.D.Series Editor
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