CT Colonography for radiographers: A guide to performance and image interpretation
This book aimed for a radiography audience is a comprehensive review of the clinical practice of CT colonography (CTC) edited by three authors with extensive clinical experience in this technique in USA, UK and South Africa. The book covers 22 chapters from patient centered communication and informed consent, through patient preparation, CTC techniques, image interpretation, pitfalls and artefacts, to legal frameworks and self-assessment of CTC images at the end of the book.
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