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In comparison to other reference texts, the Handbook of Radiotherapy Physics is clear and also filled with many knowledgeable and useful observations and notes. It is an excellent reference text and sits nicely on the shelf alongside your old copy of Williams and Thwaites. SCOPE, December 2009.
This book of multiple choice questions is designed for radiolo-gists studying for the . An additional source for many of the physics questions has been A Handbook of Physics for Radiologists and Radiographers by D. Gifford (published by John Wiley, 1984).
This book of multiple choice questions is designed for radiolo-gists studying for the Part 1 examination for the fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists of the United Kingdom (Part 1 FRCR) but it is hoped that it will prove useful for all those beginning their radiology training and for radiographers study-ing for a higher diploma. Paul Butler Charles G. Blakeney.
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