Possible Directions of Alternative Imaging Modalities: A Critical Overview View Full Text


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DATE

1987

AUTHORS

P. N. T. Wells

ABSTRACT

This paper touches on aspects of imaging techniques not discussed elsewhere in the present NATO ASI. Advances in X-radiography, interventional radiography, light and infrared transmission imaging, microwave imaging, electrical impedance methods and body surface potential mapping are considered. These techniques expand and complement the capabilities of the conventional imaging methods.

PAGES

474-483

Book

TITLE

Physics and Engineering of Medical Imaging

ISBN

978-94-010-8081-1
978-94-009-3537-2

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