Radiologic Science for Technologists, Physics, Biology, and Protection, 9th Edition

Radiologic Science for Technologists

9th Edition Physics, Biology, and Protection

By Stewart C. Bushong, ScD, FACR, FACMP, Professor of Radiologic Science, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX


Part I Radiologic Physics

1. Concepts of Radiologic Science

2. Fundamentals of Radiologic Science

3. The Structure of Matter

4. Electromagnetic Energy

5. Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetism

Part II The X-ray Beam

6. The X-ray Imaging System

7. The X-ray Tube

8. X-ray Production

9. X-ray Emission

10. X-ray Interaction with Matter

Part III The Radiograph

11. Radiographic Film

12. Processing the Latent Image

13. Radiographic Intensifying Screens

14. Control of Scatter Radiation

15. Radiographic Technique

16. Image Quality

17. Image Artifacts

18. Quality Control

Part IV Advanced X-ray Imaging

19. Mammography

20. Mammography Quality Control

21. Fluoroscopy

22. Interventional Radiology

23. Multislice Spiral Computed Tomography

Part V Digital Imaging

24. Computer Science

25. Computed Radiography

26. Digital Radiography

27. Digital Fluoroscopy

28. The Digital Image - NEW!

29. Viewing the Digital Image - NEW!

30. Digital Display Quality Control

31. Digital Image Artifacts

Part VI Radiobiology

32. Human Biology

33. Fundamental Principles of Radiobiology

34. Molecular and Cellular Radiobiology

35. Early Effects of Radiation

36. Late Effects of Radiation

Part VII Radiation Protection

37. Health Physics

38. Designing for Radiation Protection

39. Patient Radiation Dose Management

40. Occupational Radiation Dose Management

Glossary

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