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Radiologic Technology Bookshelf For more information or to place your order contact your local sales representative.

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Essentials of Radiologic Science Robert A. Fosbinder BA RTR Starla Mason M.S.R.T.RQM February 2011 / 350 pp./ 278 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-7554-0 Features: • Chapter Objectives • Key Terms • Full-Color Design In-text Case Studies with Critical Thinking Questions • Critical Thinking boxes with clinical/practical application questions and examples • Video and animation callouts • Chapter Summaries • Chapter Review Questions Student Resources: • question bank • Videos • 20 animations Instructor Resources: • PowerPoint slides • Lesson plans • image bank • test generator • answer key for text Review Questions • Workbook answer key

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Features: • Multiple types of exercises to reinforce learning and help support student engagement and understanding including image labeling exercises crossword puzzles and laboratory experiements • Registry-Style Review Questions to help students gauge their understanding and prepare for the exam • Answers are available via the textbooks faculty resource site on thePoint Essentials of Radiologic Science Workbook Robert A. Fosbinder February 24 2011/224pps/40illus./978-0-7817-7556-4

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Introduction to Sectional Anatomy Second Edition Michael E. Madden PhD RTR CT MR 2007 / 640 pp./ 853 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-6342-4 Features: •Expanded and updated to include the latest imaging technology including ultrasound 3D and PET/CT images •New layout and 2-color facilitate learning and comprehension •Updated patient images enable the reader to more quickly compare images between several patients •New clinical cases show how knowledge of sectional anatomy is applied in practice •Chapter objectives set forth the skills and knowledge readers have upon successful completion of the chapter •Clinical application questions at the end of each chapter test readers ability to apply their sectional anatomy knowledge Instructor Resources: •PowerPoint slides •Image collection •Test generator •Sample exams Student Resources: •Case studies •Resources for reference

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Introduction to Sectional Anatomy: Workbook and Board Review Guide Second Edition Michael E. Madden PhD RTR CT MR 2007 / 279 pp./ 499 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-6976-1 Features: •New clinical cases show how knowledge of sectional anatomy is applied in practice •Clinical application questions test readers ability to apply their sectional anatomy knowledge •Multiple-choice questions are included and follow the format used on CT and MR registry examinations

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Cross Sectional Human Anatomy David Dean PhD Thomas E. Herbener MD 2000 / 200 pp./ 441 illustrations/ 978-0-683-30385-8 Features: •Full color cross-sectional images from The Visible Human Project •Co-authored by a radiologist •Includes orientation drawings with corresponding MRIs and CTs •Includes 100 full color tissue images 200 line drawings and 200 magnetic resonance and computed tomography images •Images are labeled with numbers •The key is on a separate two-page spread to facilitate self-testing

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Nuclear Medicine Technology: Procedures and Quick Reference Second Edition Peter Shackett BA CNMT ARRTN January 2008 / 570 pp./ 25 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-7450-5 Features: •Provides the latest information on scans for students techs and physicians •Over 60 scan procedures are covered in detail with extensive technical information about radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals •An extensive listing of possible artifacts indications and contraindications and normal and abnormal results •Quick-reference section includes conversion tables radiopharmaceutical dose ranges pediatric dosing anatomical drawings standard drug interventions lab tests language translations thyroid therapy information and reproducible patient history sheets for 20 scans •Procedure sections are presented in an easy-to-follow bulleted outline •Patient History sections provide example questions to ask patients •Student Questions provide an in-depth understanding of how and why the examination is being performed •Suggested Readings at the end of each chapter encourage further study •Notes sections provide an opportunity to summarize the main points presented Ancillary Resources: The full-text and the images from the book plus additional images are available online for instructors and students. http://thepoint.lww.com/shackett2e.

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Nuclear Medicine Physics: The Basics Sixth Edition Ramesh Chandra PhD 2004 / 224 pp./ 96 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-4753-0 Features: •Easy to read format •Key points for review and questions and answers at the end of each chapter •Sections related to PET have been significantly updated •Including: new information on radiopharmaceuticals newer scintillation materials increased coverage on PET instrumentation and a new section on special radiation safety aspects related to PET •Information on fusion imaging has been added PET/CT and SPECT/CT •Figures and images have been updated and new figures have been added

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Christensen’s Physics of Diagnostic Radiology Fourth Edition Thomas S. Curry III MD James E. Dowdey PhD Robert E. Murry Jr. PhD 1990 / 522 pp./ 978-0-8121-1310-5 Features: •Provides a clear understanding of the physics principles essential to getting maximum diagnostic value from the full range of current and emerging imaging technologies •Updated material added: - X-ray generators solid-state devices - Xerography liquid toner - CT scanners fast-imaging technology - Ultrasound color doppler

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Review of Radiologic Physics Second Edition By Walter Huda PhD Richard M. Slone MD 2003 / 352 pp./ 53 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-3675-6 Features: •The "purple book" that helps residents and techs to prepare for the radiologic physics portion of board and registry exams •Chapters outline key information and test the readers understanding with board-type review questions along with answers and rationale provided •Includes 500 multiple-choice questions •Topics covered include MRI CT US mammography radiography fluoroscopy nuclear medicine and more •New features include an 18 larger text more test questions at the end of each chapter new and revised illustrations and an expanded glossary •New chapters include those on image quality and dose digital imaging and PACS computers and mathematics and a separate chapter on CT

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Computed Tomography for Technologists: A Comprehensive Text Lois E. Romans BA RTRCT February 2010/ 544 pp./ 467 illus./ 978-0-7817-7751-3 Features: •Written by a CT technologist with a focus on caring for patients and creating quality exams •Text organized according to 3 major ARRT content categories: physics and instrumentation patient care imaging procedures •Can be used to prepare for advanced level CT certification exam and CT portion of the Radiography certification exam offered by ARRT •Section on cross-sectional anatomy includes images containing the level of anatomic detail with which the technologist is expected to become familiar •Exam protocols for each main anatomic area •Chapter features to increase understanding and enhance retention of the material include: •Key terms at the beginning each chapter and defined in the glossary •Key concepts boxes highlight important information/formulas for readers to remember •Clinical application boxes give case study-type /real-life scenario examples illustrating or explaining concepts •Review questions at the end of each chapter Instructor Resources: •Answers to Chapter Review Questions •Case Studies •Image Bank •PowerPoint Slides •Protocol Tables

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Computed Tomography for Technologists: An Exam Review Lois E. Romans BA RTRCT February 2010/ 264 pp./ 70 illus./ 978-0-7817-7796-4 Features: •Mock Exams following the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam format •Outline style •Registry-style questions with rationales Ancillary Assets: •Companion Website includes Online Testing Engine

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Patient Care in Imaging Technology Seventh Edition Lillian S. Torres RN BS MS CNS NP Andrea Guillen Dutton MEd AART RM CRT RMF Terri Ann Watson MEd ARRT RM CRT RMF 2009 / 448 pp./ 201 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-7183-2 Features: •New full color format including a host of new pedagogical tools to make it easier for students to grasp new concepts and put them into practice •Updated tables and displays •Procedures with accompanying videos are placed in a step-by-step format for quick and easy reference for students and instructor use •Each chapter is completed with a test and situational problems that may be used for laboratory practice and correct responses are listed for all questions and situations •Callouts and warnings are included throughout the text in order to provide students with important information and steer students away from common pitfalls •Glossary of terms located at the back of the text •Procedural charts and photos included •Substantial revisions and updates reflect the latest advances in imaging technology and new standards in patient care •Infection control in imaging is stressed and includes the current threats •Radiation safety is intensified to include the pregnant health care worker as well as the patient •Responsibilities of the radiographer during cardiac monitoring included •Chapter on pharmacology and drug administration •A complete course in venipuncture and intravenous medication is included Instructor Resources: •PowerPoint Slides •Lesson Plans •Image Bank •Test Generator and Quiz Bank •Lab Activities with Answers •Case Studies with Answers •Full Text Online •Pronunciation Glossary •Skills Checklists •Videos Student Resources: •Full Text Online •Quiz Bank •Pronunciation Glossary •Case Studies •Skills Checklists •Videos •Lab Activities •Flashcards

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Lippincott’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging Review Gregory L. Wheeler BS RTR Kathryn E. Withers RTR MR 1996 / 256 pp./ 40 illustrations/ 978-0-397-55156-9 Features: •Perfect review tool for radiologic technologists taking the ARRTs Advanced Qualifications Examination in Magnetic Resonance Imaging •Packed with over 700 questions and answers covering all aspects of MRI •Detailed explanations of answers and references for further study help reinforce problem areas

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MRI: The Basics Second Edition Ray H. Hashemi MD PhD William G. Bradley Jr. MD PhD Lt. Col. Christopher J. Lisanti MD 2003 / 368 pp./ 552 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-4157-6 Features: •An affordable and easy-to-read text for residents rads and techs •Eye-catching design. The oversized presentation of equations makes the information easier to see find and follow •Key review points •QAs at the end of each chapter •New information on echo planar imaging and “using high- performance gradients” •Additional questions in the review section

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Mammographic Imaging: A Practical Guide Third Edition Valerie F. Andolina RT R M Shelly L. Lillé BS RT R M October 2010 / 608 pp./ 588 illustrations/ 978-1-60547-031-3 Features: •New coverage of digital mammography •New two-color design with new pedagogical features including Chapter Objectives Key Terms Case Studies Chapter Review Questions •Numerous photographs and line drawings illustrate proper patient positioning and are presented with corresponding radiographs •High quality images portray the mammographic appearance of pathologic changes of the breast •A logical progression of topics is presented for ease in reading and comprehension •Coverage includes the history and future of mammography technical considerations breast anatomy and physiology mammographic pathology and positioning the nonconforming patient problem-solving and special procedures •Chapters explain the basics theory and physics of mammography Instructor Resources: •PowerPoint Slides •Lesson Plans •Image Bank •Test Bank Student Resources: •Quiz Bank •Image Bank •Glossary •Animations

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Radiobiology for the Radiologist Sixth Edition Eric J. Hall DPhil DSc FACR FRCR Amato J. Giaccia PhD 2005 / 656 pp./ 329 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-4151-4 Features: •Current clinically relevant information on how radiation affects the human body •Brings together basic laboratory research and practical clinical applications •Easy-to-read text and informative illustrations ensure comprehension and summaries at the end of each chapter facilitate quick review •The first section covers topics applicable to diagnostic radiology nuclear medicine and radiation oncology •The second section offers material specifically for radiation oncologists •Includes material about doses and risks in interventional radiology and cardiology

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Radiology 101: The Basics and Fundamentals of Imaging Second Edition William E. Erkonen MD Wilbur L. Smith MD 2004 / 352 pp./ 876 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-5198-8 Features: •Featuring over 850 illustrations •Provides the basic groundwork necessary for interpreting images and understanding how current imaging modalities function •Chapter 1 explains the principles capabilities and limitations of each imaging modality •Subsequent chapters examine anatomic areas and organ systems including a separate chapter on the pediatric chest and abdomen •Clearly labeled images show normal anatomy from various angles with various modalities and depict normal variants and common pathology •Each chapter includes suggested radiologic workups and key points summaries •Includes state-of-the-art images and material on MR spectroscopy nuclear imaging the abdomen mammography and interventional radiology

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Features: • NEW Fully revised chapters are now broken into modules breaking complex information into smaller pieces and providing a building-block approach to the material. • NEW Each chapter closes with Clinical Models which apply the conceptual understanding of altered human function to specific conditions and demonstrating the practical clinical application of the knowledge gained throughout the chapter. • Conceptual approach and organization facilitate application and retention of key information. Sophisticated full-color art program engages students and includes detailed illustrations of the human body in health and disease. • An application exercise in the last chapter requires students to apply the complex pathophysiologic concepts that they have learned to diabetes mellitus emphasizing the practical nature of the material through application. • From The Lab: provides additional content on relevant laboratory and diagnostic information including unique aspects of the lab test and lab results for students to consider. • Research: highlights new findings and demonstrates how research can be incorporated into clinical practice. Recommended Review: briefly reviews related concepts covered earlier in the text or from prior anatomy and physiology coursework. Pathophysiology: A Clinical Approach Second Edition Carie A. Braun Cindy M. Anderson January 2011/ 608pps/ 370 illus/ 978-1-60547-304-8 Instructor Resources: •Test generator •Image bank •PowerPoint slides •Answers to exercises in the text •Additional case studies Pathophysiology animations •Additional learning activities with answers •Lesson plans Student Resources: •Pathophysiology animations •Quiz bank •Interactive case studies

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The Nature of Disease: Pathology for the Health Professions Thomas H. McConnell MD FCAP 2006/ 739 pp./ 551 illus./978-0-7817-5317-3 Features: •Back to Basics provide an overview of normal anatomy and physiology •Major Determinants of Disease lists offer overview of key determinants of development of disease •Case studies center on the details of a real patients illness •The Road Not Taken scenarios imagine how the course of disease might have been different with a better outcome if certain factors were altered •Test questions reinforce principles and hone skills •Opening quotes introduce each chapter with entertainment •Chapter overviews •Chapter outlines •Learning objectives and answers •Key terms and concepts •Feature boxes: - Key Points - The Clinical Side - Lab Tools - Basics in Brief - History of Medicine Instructor Resources: •LiveAdvise •Test generator •PowerPoint slides •Lecture notes •Answers to in-text exercises •Image bank •Lesson Plan Guide Student Resources: •247-question interactive quiz bank •Animations - Acute Inflammation - Wound Healing - Neuromuscular Transmission

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Pharmacology for Health Professionals Plus Smarthinking Online Tutoring Service Sally Roach MSN RN 2005 / 512 pp./ 70 illustrations/ 978-0-7817-6633-3 Features: •Organized by body system •Text explains basic information about drug classes with content on specific drugs provided in bulleted lists boxes and tables for easier comprehension •Features include Key Terms Key Points Website Activities Case Studies and Review questions to help students retain and learn important information •Critical Thinking Exercises highlight realistic patient care situations that help the student apply the material contained in the chapter by exploring options and making judgments •Chapter features include - Alert Boxes highlight safety information - Gerontologic Alerts alert specific problems for which the older adult is at increased risk - Contraindications Precautions and Interactions of the most commonly used drugs - Patient Education boxes provide information to practice teaching patients - Summary Drug Tables contain commonly used drugs - Factoids provide historical tidbits of interesting information - Natural Alternatives Instructor Resources: •Test generator •PowerPoint Slides Student Resources: •Student Study Guide •Bonus CD-ROM

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LWW’s Student Success for Health Professions Made Incredibly Easy Second Edtiion Lippincott Williams Wilkins February 2011/ 326 pp./ 173 illustrations/ 978-1-60913-784-7 Features: • Revised and updated with a more user-friendly organization and design but retains the health professions focus the concise and approachable narrative and the fun features and art. • The first and only student success text designed specifically for health professions students and programs • Self-Paced Online Course with activities and a final exam • Winning Strategy Lists set forth the objectives for the chapter • Playing for Real Scenarios: show students how content is applied to real-life situations in the classroom and in clinical practice • Tips from the Pros offer expert advice and proven strategies for overcoming study and test-taking problems • The Finish Line Summaries highlight the key concepts and skills that students need to master • Keeping Score Questions and Activities challenge students to consider how they will apply the content Instructor Resources: •Test Bank •Syllabi for 8-week 10-week and 16-week courses •PowerPoint presentations •Strategies for effective teaching •Chapter-specific teaching tips •WebCT/BB/Angel course cartridges Student Resources: •Learning styles assessment •Self-Paced Online Course •“Playing for Real” narratives •Printable planner pages •Sample cover letters and resumes •Career resource links

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Features: • Presents the fundamentals of communication skills geared specifically for students in the allied health professions • Includes a clear concise presentation of the principles of communication theory as well as verbal and nonverbal communication • Instructs the health care professional on communicating with patients whose ability may be impacted by anxiety cultural differences language differences and other situations. • Organized into three main sections outlining basic communication principles and their uses in clinical and administrative settings • Chapters on cultural sensitivity adapting communication to adjust to a patient’s ability to understand and dealing with other roadblocks provide students with techniques to handle many situations that they will encounter as a healthcare professional. • Role Play boxes interspersed throughout the chapters teach students how to work through various scenarios that they may encounter in practice. • Clinical applications included in each chapter offer more complex scenarios to aid the students in developing the critical thinking skills they will need to apply in practice. Communication Skills for the Health Professional Laurie Kelly McCorry PhD Jeff Mason February 2011/ 256 pp./ 50 illus./ 978-1-58255-814-1

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Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing Seventh Edition Stedman’s 2011/ 2512 pp./ 1000 illus./ 978-1-60831-692-2 Features: • Over 56000 terms • Nearly 65 valuable appendices • 1000 illustrations • Anatomical insert by Anatomical Chart Company • Written pronunciations for every term • British alternative spellings • Precision-cut thumb tabs • A to Z organization for easier look up • Over 70 leading consultants from the fastest growing nursing and health professions contributed to the enhancements of this latest edition • FREE One year subscription to Stedman’s Online • FREE version of Stedman’s PLUS Medical/Pharmaceutical Spellchecker 99 value Ancillary Assets: • More than 40000 pronunciations online • 5600 illustrations available online

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