Table of Contents

Section 1. Radiopharmaceuticals/tracer kinetics.
section 2. Instrumentation.
section 3. Ventricular function.
section 4. Perfusion imaging.
section 5. Disease/gender-specific issues.
section 6. Acute coronary syndromes.
section 7. Viability.
section 8. Tracer specific imaging techniques.
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