Radiation Safety In Nuclear Medicine

Radiation Safety in Nuclear Medicine

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Author Max H. Lombardi
Binding Hardcover
EAN 9780849381683
EAN List EAN List Element: 9780849381683
Edition 2
ISBN 0849381681
Item Dimensions Height: 925; Length: 625; Weight: 109; Width: 75
Label CRC Press
Manufacturer CRC Press
Number Of Items 1
Number Of Pages 256
Package Dimensions Height: 70; Length: 910; Weight: 25; Width: 620
Package Quantity 1
Product Group Book
Product Type Name ABIS_BOOK
Publication Date 2006-10-20
Publisher CRC Press
Studio CRC Press
Title Radiation Safety in Nuclear Medicine

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