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This is a practical and comprehensive guide to obtaining high quality mammography through efficient, sensitive management of the patient and a thorough understanding of mammographic positioning and projections and their anatomical basis. It also includes chapters on basic mammographic interpretation and an outline of radiological procedures.Step-by-step visual approach Clear, detailed illustrations Chapters devoted to radiographic quality assurance, including individual performance. New systems to be incorporated, such as digital rather than film screens Interpretation of images revised and updated Additional photographs Updated references
|Publication date:||10th December 2002|
|Author:||Sue Williams, Linda (Superintendent Radiographer and Radiographic Service Manager, Breast Screening Training Centre, City Lee|
|Publisher:||Churchill Livingstone an imprint of Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
All editors are senior radiographers and radiologists working at a breast screening training centre - one of the largest units involved with the practiceand teaching of mammographyMore About Sue Williams, Linda (Superintendent Radiographer and Radiographic Service Manager, Breast Screening Training Centre, City Lee