The best known of the new 3-D imaging modalities is X-ray computed tomography , but exciting progress has been made and practical systems developed in 3-D imaging with radioisotopes, ultrasound, and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). These volumes will feature up-to-date reviews by leading scientists in each of these imaging areas, providing a timely and informative comparison of the intrinsic capabilities, complementary attributes, advantages and limitations, and medical significance among the different three-dimensional medical imaging modalities.
1. Introduction to Three-Dimensional Biomedical Imaging Richard A. Robb 2. Photoelectric-Digital Imaging for Diagnostic Radiology Sol Nudelman and Hans Roehrig 3. X-Ray-Computed Tomography – Basic Principles Gabor T. Herman 4. X-Ray-Computed Tomography – Implementation and Applications Richard A. Robb 5. X-Ray-Computed Tomography: Advanced Systems and Applications in Biomedical Research and Diagnosis Richard A. Robb Index