Chapter 1: Basics of X-rays Chapter 2: Radiographic Quality Chapter 3: Radiology equipment 2 Chapter 4: Imaging systems Chapter 5: X-ray tubes Chapter 6: Components of a complete system Chapter 7: Other electromechanical accessories Chapter 8: Automatic dose systems Chapter 9: Film changers Chapter 10: Systems of cinefluorography Chapter 11: Servo control systems in radiology Chapter 12: High frequency technique (multipulse) Chapter 13: Principles of CAT Chapter 14: CAT Images on monitor Chapter 15: Physical principle of the CAT Chapter 16: Mathematical analysis of the convolution Chapter 17: Exploration modes Chapter 18: CAT Equipments Chapter 19: Image reconstruction algorithms Chapter 20: Clinical applications of CAT Chapter 21: Common studies with CAT Chapter 22: Other specialized studies Chapter 23: Tomographic complete Installation Chapter 24 Digital Radiology
Guillermo Avendano Cervantes has more than 38 years working in hospitals and universities in Chile, Panama, Cuba, and Mexico. He is currently Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of CCIB Center of Knowledge in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Valparaiso where he specializes in the education and training in hospital safety issues such as the safe handling of gases, electromedical safety and safety in radiological and nuclear processes. He has also designed and built X-ray equipment in Mexico, Panama and Chile and has published a number of books in this area.
Technical Fundamentals of Radiology and CT is intended to cover all issues related to radiology and computed tomography, from the technological point of view, both for understanding the operation of all devices involved and for their maintenance. It is intended for students and a wide range of professionals working in various fields of radiology, those who take images and know little about the workings of the devices, and professionals who install, maintain and solve technological problems of all radiological systems used in health institutions.