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As is often the case in multi-authored books, there is some overlap of subject material on the part of the several authors (in this case, by 21). The introductory portion gives a good background to the clinician who is interested in scintillation scanning. The chapters "History," "Instrumentation," "Radiopharmaceuticals," "Radiation Safety," and "Scintillation Scanning"—a review of the entire subject—alone are sufficient to constitute a small text.
The book is oriented toward the clinician and emphasizes practical details. Many authors describe technical factors and features that are geared toward certain types of apparatus. Some of the authors in the later sections of
Clinical Scintillation Scanning.. Ann Intern Med. 1969;71:882–883. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-71-4-882
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