PART I. BASIC PRINCIPLES 1. Radiopharmaceuticals 2. Molecular Imaging 3. Physics in Nuclear Medicine 4. Radiation Detection and Instrumentation 5. Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography, Positron Emission Tomography, and Hybrid Imaging PART II. CLINICAL NUCLEAR MEDICINE 6. Endocrine System 7. Skeletal Scintigraphy 8. Hepatobiliary System 9. Genitourinary System 10. Pulmonary System 11. Oncology: Positron Emission Tomography 12. Oncology: Non-Positron Emission Tomography 13. Gastrointestinal System 14. Infection and Inflammation 15. Central Nervous System 16. Cardiac System 17. Pearls, Pitfalls and Frequently Asked Questions
"It use part of a series that aims to provide radiologists in training with an overview of the subject that could be reasonably assimilated in a short space?of time when coming new to a subject, in this case nuclear medicine. It has clearly? become more comprehensive over the years as the speciality has increased in scope, and with the increasing need for recertification, it is how aimed at providing concise information for established radiologists...There are many good features to this book. The first part describing the basic principles of nuclear medicine is a particularly valuable resource to somebody coming to the subject for the first time...The answer to most questions that one would meet in day-to-day practice can be found in this book. I both enjoyed it and think it does what it says on the packet."
RAD, October 2013