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Scientific Basis of the Royal College of Radiologists Fellowship: Illustrated Questions and Answers
     

Scientific Basis of the Royal College of Radiologists Fellowship: Illustrated Questions and Answers

by Malcolm Sperrin
 

This book provides support for those sitting higher-level professional exams such as the various Royal College Fellowships but also encompasses other professional bodies such as IPEM, Society of Radiographers as well as numerous overseas boards.
A comprehensive and practical revision tool and study aid, the authors include background information on each topic

Overview

This book provides support for those sitting higher-level professional exams such as the various Royal College Fellowships but also encompasses other professional bodies such as IPEM, Society of Radiographers as well as numerous overseas boards.
A comprehensive and practical revision tool and study aid, the authors include background information on each topic but the book s key feature is the number of sample examination questions, complete with full detailed solutions, explanations and references allowing readers to fully prepare for Board accreditation.
Written by two FRCR examiners the book includes chapters on:
Non-ionising radiation
Ionising radiation
Sectional imaging
Planar imaging
Molecular imaging
Hybrid imaging
Risk
Legislation and guidance
Image quality
Ultrasound
CT
MRI
Plain film X-ray
Radionuclide imaging

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750310581
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
12/19/2014
Series:
IOP Expanding Physics
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
258
File size:
18 MB
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Meet the Author

Prof. Malcolm Sperrin is the Director of the Department of Medical Physics, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK.
Dr John Winder is Reader in Healthcare Science at the Institute of Nursing and Health Research, University of Ulster, N. Ireland and a clinical scientist specialising in medical physics and medical imaging. Before coming to the University of Ulster he was a Principal Clinical Scientist in the NI Medical Physics Agency. He is a physics graduate and has a PhD in 3D medical imaging and rapid prototyping. Within the broad field of medical imaging he specialises in 3D visualisation, 3D modelling, the application of medical imagery in surgical planning and patient assessment, manufacture of patient-specific custom implants, image registration, and the use of images for objective measurement. He works with neurosurgical, maxillofacial, orthopaedic and breast surgeons in the use of virtual and real models of human anatomy. This has involved the development of software and image-processing techniques for virtual surgery applied to cranial facial defects, and in the treatment of fibrous dysplasia. Research is also undertaken in both equipment and materials performance within the area of additive manufacturing.

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