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Medical Physics Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Medical Physics, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

A Text book of medical physics

This work aims to impart a knowledge of the relations existing between Physics and Medicine in their latest state of development, and to embody in the pursuit of this object whatever experience the author has obtained during a long period of teaching this special branch of applied science. Topics covered includes: Matter, Ultimate Composition Of Matter, Hydrometers, Hydrodynamics, Gaseous Matter, Kinetic Energy, Machines And Inclined Plane, Electricity, Dynamic Electricity.

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s 779Pages

Medical Physics as a Medical Physics as a Career

This note covers the following topics: Medical Physics Disciplines, Cell Killing By Ionizing Radiation Cell Killing By Ionizing Radiation, Diagnostic Radiological Physics, Medical Nuclear Physics, Therapeutic Radiological Therapeutic Radiological Physics, Therapy Responsibilities Therapy Responsibilities, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, MR Spectroscopy.

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s 93Pages

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A Level Medical Physics Teaching Resources

This note covers the following topics: X-ray imaging, radiotherapy, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging.

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s 25Pages

Introduction to PET Physics

This note covers the following topics: The physical principles of PET, 2D mode and 3D mode, Detection systems in PET, Image reconstruction and Corrections for quantitative PET in 2D and 3D mode.

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s NAPages

Physics in Medicine

This note covers the following topics: Mechanics of the Body, Energy Household of the Body, Pressure System of the Body, Acoustics of the Body, Optical System of the Body, Electrical System of the Body, Radiation And Radiation Protection, Diagnostic Radiology, Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine and therapeutic Nuclear Medicine.

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s NAPages

The basics of MRI

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