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A brief description of how Nuclear Medicine works. The pages address broad areas of medical use of radiation: PET, MRI scanners, SPECT, cardiovascular and bone scanning, treatment, radiation therapy.
Sir Peter Mansfield, a physicist at Nottingham University in the UK, has been awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
CASE conduct research, teach courses and offer advice in the areas of space, aviation, high altitude, remote, dive and hyperbaric medicine. Tthe study of human systems stretched to breaking point in ...
A brief overview of how x-rays are used in medicine and forms part of teachers resources for medical physics.
Use of positron emission tomography (PET scan) with links to relevant explanations.
A series of games which allow you to explore the human body and treat disease using the latest medical technology.
Part of the Nano&Me site, this page details medical uses for nanotechnology.
A page giving numerous example of the medical applications of nanotechnology, from drug delivery to imaging.
A very basic guide from the ThinkQuest competition covering a number of topics. Has no mathematics but good for reactor diagrams and the medicine topic covers treatments.
An explanation looking at how matter is different from antimatter, from its conception by Paul Dirac to its use in medicine in PET scanners.
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