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Diagnostic Imaging North America

March 2007


By: James Brice



By: James Brice, Senior Editor



Tech Watch



By: Eric Trefelner, M.D

Radiology Practice

By: Kirk Reinitz

Pulmonary Imaging

By: C.P. Kaiser

Hybrid Scanning

By: Thomas Beyer, Ph.D., and Patrick Veit-Haibach, M.D.

Magnetic Resonance

By: Gerald M. Pohost, M.D.

Special Sections

Cardiovascular Imaging

Advanced Imaging

C.P. Kaiser

Computed Tomography

Timothy W. Attebery and Jeffrey J. Fine, Ph.D.

Vascular Imaging

David E. Allie, M.D., Chris J. Hebert, RT(R), R-CIS, and Craig M. Walker, M.D.


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