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Molecular Anatomic Imaging

PET/CT, PET/MR and SPECT CT
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  • Description
    Practical and clinically oriented, the third edition of Clinical Molecular Anatomic Imaging focuses on PET/CT, SPECT/CT, and PET/MR examinations – precisely the information you need to know, without lengthy physics discussions. Ideal for clinical hybrid imaging users, it fully integrates all applications, allowing you to easily compare modalities and decide whether to use PET/CT, PET/MR, or SPECT/CT to solve a clinical dilemma. More than 1,600 high-quality illustrations document the use of integrated imaging and provide superb visual references for interpreting integrated imaging studies.
    Key Features
    • Covers established and emerging indications for the three most versatile and powerful hybrid molecular anatomic imaging modalities currently in clinical use: PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR.
    • Follows a practical, disease-based structure.
    • The only available book that incorporates the emerging field of PET/MR in a systematic manner.
    • More than 1,600 superb illustrations document the use of integrated imaging.
    • A new section covers workflow and normal scans with various clinical tracers.
    • Sharp focus on clinical applications, omitting technological and radiopharmaceutical details.
    • Each chapter is self-contained and can be consulted for quick reference on its own.
    • World-renowned clinician-scientist Gustav von Schulthess provides editorial leadership and a strong understanding of both nuclear medicine imaging and cross-sectional imaging.
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
  • Specs
    Edition
    3
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781451192667
    Product Format
    HC-Printed Cover
    Trim Size
    8.375 x 10.875
    Pages
    704
    Illustration
    1690
    Table
    0
    Edition
    3
    Publication Date
    June 16, 2015
    Weight
    4.50
  • Gustav K. von Schulthess MD, PhD
    Chief Medical Officer, Professor and Director of Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Features
    Key Features:
    • Covers established and emerging indications for the three most versatile and powerful hybrid molecular anatomic imaging modalities currently in clinical use: PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR.
    • Follows a practical, disease-based structure.
    • The only available book that incorporates the emerging field of PET/MR in a systematic manner.
    • More than 1,600 superb illustrations document the use of integrated imaging.
    • A new section covers workflow and normal scans with various clinical tracers.
    • Sharp focus on clinical applications, omitting technological and radiopharmaceutical details.
    • Each chapter is self-contained and can be consulted for quick reference on its own.
    • World-renowned clinician-scientist Gustav von Schulthess provides editorial leadership and a strong understanding of both nuclear medicine imaging and cross-sectional imaging.
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
  • Table of contents
    PART I BASIC ASPECTS OF HYBRID IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
    Chapter 1. Radiation sources for emission scanning: positron and gamma emission
    Konstantinos Zeimpekis
    Chapter 2 PET Scanning: principles and technologic options
    Joshua D Schaefferkoetter and David W Townsend
    Chapter 3 SPECT Scanning: principles and technologic options
    Tim Turkington
    Chapter 4 CT scanning: principles relevant to hybrid imaging with PET/CT and SPECT/CT
    Willy Kalender et al.
    Chapter 5 MR scanning: principles relevant to hybrid imaging
    Mark Ladd
    Chapter 6 Attenuation correction methods for emission scanning
    Ciprian Catana
    Chapter 7, Options in image reconstruction for hybrid imaging, Chuck Stearns,
    Chapter 8, Image coregistration and co-registered image rendering, Cyrill Burger and Geoffrey Warnock,
    Chapter 9, Quantifying PET and SPECT, Cyrill Burger, Alfred Buck and Timothy Turkington,
    Chapter 10, Standardizing PET and SPECT, Paul Kinahan, Seattle,
    Chapter 11, Minimizing radiation dose in hybrid imaging, Konstantinos Zeimpekis and Gaspar Delso,
    Chapter 12, A primer in compartment modelling, Cyrill Burger & Alfred Buck,
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    PART II, RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS, ,
    Chapter 13, Clinical PET-radiopharmaceuticals based on F-18, Linjing Mu and Simon Ametamey,
    Chapter 14, Clinical PET-radiopharmaceuticals based on cyclotron based positron emitters other than F-18, Kjell Nagren and Christer Halldin,
    Chapter 15, Clinical PET-Radiopharmaceuticals produced by generators, Hans-Jürgen Wester,
    Chapter 16, Clinical SPECT-radiopharmaceuticals, Roger Schibli and Martin Behé,
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    PART III, CLINICAL HYBRID IMAGING OF THE BRAIN,
    Chapter 17, Protocols and data analysis, normal scans and pitfalls: brain perfusion, Alfred Buck and Geoffrey Warnock,
    Chapter 18, Cerebrovascular disease, Alfred Buck and Nadja Khan,
    Chapter 19, Brain tumors: astrocytomas, oligodendrogliomas and glioblastomas, Karl-Josef Langen & Karl Herholz,
    Chapter 20, Brain tumors: other primary brain tumors, metastases and radiation necrosis, Ian Law,
    Chapter 21, CNS infection, Alfred Buck and Michael Sommerauer,
    Chapter 22, Epilepsy, Alfred Buck and Michael Sommerauer,
    Chapter 23, Protocols, normals and pitfalls: neurodegenerative disease, Alexander Drzezga,
    Chapter 24, Dementia, Christoph Hock, Fred Buck and Alexander Drzezga,
    Chapter 25, Movement disorders, Klaus Tatsch,
    Chapter 26, Pediatric hybrid imaging of the brain, Ian Law,
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    PART IV, CLINICAL PET AND INTEGRATED MODALITY IMAGING OF THE HEART,
    Chapter 27, Protocols and data analysis normal scans and pitfalls: PET and SPECT, Philipp Kaufmann and Ronny Buechel,
    Chapter 28, Coronary artery disease: perfusion multimodality imaging, Philipp Kaufmann,
    Chapter 29, Coronary artery disease: viability multimodality imaging, Markus Schwaiger,
    Chapter 30, Non-coronary cardiac disease: multimodality imaging, Frank Bengel,
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    PART V, CLINICAL HYBRID IMAGING OF BODY NEOPLASMS,
    , PROTOCOLS, NORMAL FINDINGS , ARTIFACTS AND PITFALLS,
    , Introductory remarks, Editor,
    Chapter 31, Artifacts in hybrid extended region scans, Gustav von Schulthess & Gaspar Delso,
    Chapter 32, FDG PET imaging: protocols, normal scans and pitfalls, Gustav von Schulthess & NN,
    Chapter 33, Prostate cancer PET imaging: protocols, normal findings, artifacts and pitfalls, Werner Langsteger,
    Chapter 34, Somatostatin receptor SPECT and PET imaging: protocols, normal findings, artifacts and pitfalls, Richard Baum and Niklaus Schaefer,
    Chapter 35, Bone and bone marrow SPECT and PET imaging: protocols, normal findings, artifacts and pitfalls, Einat Even-Sapir,
    Chapter 36, Iodine and Pertechnetate SPECT and PET imaging: protocols, normal findings, artifacts and pitfalls, Andreas Bockisch,
    Chapter 37, Sentinel node SPECT imaging for tumor staging: protocols, normal findings, artifacts and pitfalls, Carina Mari Aparici,
    , HEAD AND NECK TUMORS, ,
    Chapter 38, Head and neck cancer, Martin Hüllner and Hugh Curtin,
    Chapter 39, Tumors with an unknown primary, Martin Hüllner and Hugh Curtin,
    Chapter 40, Thyroid carcinoma, Andreas Bokisch,
    , TUMORS OF THE THORACIC CAVITY, ,
    Chapter 41, Non Small Cell Lung Cancer, Lars Husmann, Paul Stolzmann and Hans Steinert,
    Chapter 42, Small Cell Lung Cancer, Lars Husmann, Paul Stolzmann and Hans Steinert,
    Chapter 43, Mesothelioma, Patrick Veit-Haibach, Thomas Frauenfelder and Isabelle Schmitt-Opitz,
    Chapter 44, Mediastinal tumors, Lars Husmann,
    , TUMORS OF THE GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRACT,
    Chapter 45, Esophageal, gastroesophageal and gastric cancers, Patrick Veit,
    Chapter 46, Neoplasms of the liver and pancreas, Mi Jin Yun,
    Chapter 47, GIST tumors, Gerald Antoch,
    Chapter 48, Neuroendocrine tumors , Richard Baum, Harshad R. Kulkarni and Niklaus Schäfer,
    Chapter 49, Colorectal and anal carcinoma, Cristina Nanni, Patrick Veit-Haibach & Stefano Fanti,
    , BREAST CANCER AND GENITO-URINARY TUMORS,
    Chapter 50, Breast cancer, Richard Wahl,
    Chapter 51, Renal tumors and bladder cancer, Hossein Jadvar and Peter Conti,
    Chapter 52, Female genital tract tumors, Perry Grigsby, Barry Siegel,Farrokh Dehdashti,
    Chapter 53, Testicular Cancer, Irene Burger and Alberto Vargas,
    Chapter 54, Prostate Cancer, Alberto Vargas and Irene Burger,
    , TUMORS OF BONE, JOINTS, MUSCLES, SKIN AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE,
    Chapter 55, Bone tumors, Janet Eary,
    Chapter 56, Bone metastases, Einat Even Sapir,
    Chapter 57, Soft tissue tumors, Janet Eary,
    Chapter 58, Melanoma, Hans Steinert and Reinhard Dummer,
    , TUMORS OF THE LYMPHATIC AND HEMOPOIETIC SYSTEMS,
    Chapter 59, Lymphoma, Pek Lan Khong and Niklaus Schaefer,
    Chapter 60, Multiple Myeloma, Cristina Nanni & Stefano Fanti,
    , PET- AND SPECT/CT IN RADIATION THERAPY PLANNING,
    Chapter 61, Radiation therapy planning, Heiko Schöder,
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    PART VI, CLINICAL HYBRID IMAGING OF NON-NEOPLASTIC DISEASE OF THE BODY,
    Chapter 62, Physiological basis of inflammation imaging, Lars Husmann and Gustav von Schulthess,
    Chapter 63, Soft tissue inflammation including vessels and grafts, Wim Oyen,
    Chapter 64, Muskuloskeletal infections, Klaus Strobel and Carsten Pietsch,
    Chapter 65, Infections in patients with metallic implants, Christopher Palestro,
    Chapter 66, Rheumatological Disease, Carsten Pietsch and Klaus Strobel,
    Chapter 67, Trauma, Carsten Pietsch and Klaus Strobel,
    Chapter 68, Benign Thyroid and Parathyroid Disease, Harvey Ziessman,
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    PART VII, CLINICAL HYBRID IMAGING IN PEDIATRICS,
    Chapter 69, Special considerations in pediatric hybrid imaging, Lise Borgwadt, Anne Kill Berthelsen, Annika Loft-Jacobsen and Liselotte Hojgaard,
    Chapter 70, Pediatric body oncology hybrid imaging, Annika Loft-Jacobsen, Pek Lan Khong and Liselotte Hojgaard,
    Chapter 71, Inflammation and other non-neoplastic pediatric disease, Annika Loft-Jacobsen and Liselotte Hojgaard,
  • Editorial Reviews
    'provides precisely the information one needs to know '

    'covers both established and emerging indications for clinical applications and follows a practical and disease-based structure'

    ' 375 figures with more than 1,600 superb illustrations document the use of integrated imaging and provide an excellent visual reference for interpreting studies. The 48 tables and updated references are also useful.'

    ' ideal for users of clinical hybrid imaging because it fully integrates all applications, allows easy comparison of various modalities, and helps one decide whether to use PET/CT, PET/MRI, or SPECT/CT to solve a clinical problem'

    -E. Edmund Kim University of California at Irvine, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, October 1, 2015
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