Medical Imaging: Signals and Systems (Prince, J.L. and Links, J.M.; 2006) [Book Review]

@article{Prince2008MedicalIS,
  title={Medical Imaging: Signals and Systems (Prince, J.L. and Links, J.M.; 2006) [Book Review]},
  author={Jerry L. Prince and Jonathan Links},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={152-153}
}
This well-written book on medical imaging is organized into five parts and, in total, consists of 13 chapters emphasizing key overall conceptual divisions. Part 1 ( "Basic Imaging Principles") provides much of the background material needed to follow the rest of the book. Part 2 covers radiographic imaging in three chapters, Part 3 presents nuclear medicine in three chapters; Part 4 addresses ultrasound imaging in two chapters, and Part 5 discusses magnetic resonance imaging in the last two… CONTINUE READING