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Radiologic Sciences and Nuclear Medicine

This Guide is intended to provide contextual information and resources to help answer questions and assist in research for Radiologic Sciences and Nuclear Medicine students and faculty.

Why Background Information?

Many times background information can be a good starting point for research, especially if you are not familiar with the topic or techniques you are looking into. Background information will give you an overview of a topic. Books and encyclopedia entries are examples of traditional background sources.

Online Textbooks

Useful CT Books

Useful MRI Books

Useful Nuclear Medicine Books

Essentials of nuclear medicine imaging

from Amazon: Essentials of Nuclear Medicine Imaging, by Drs. Fred A Mettler and Milton J Guiberteau, provides the practical and comprehensive guidance you need to master key nuclear imaging techniques.

Useful Radiology Books

Books on Course Reserve in the Library

Icon of books in a row.

In this column you will find course reserves listed by class. Course reserves are located on the 2nd floor (the floor you enter on) of the Library. They can be checked out at the Service Point for 3 hours at a time.

RADS 381: Medical Language Systems Review Reserves

RADS 405: Medical Imaging Theory II

RADS 480: Human Cross Sectional Anatomy Reserves

Finding Books in the Library

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