It has been worth the 10-year wait for the updated, second edition of Nuclear Medicine by Robert E. Henkin, MD, and his coeditors Drs Davide Bova, Gary L. Dillehay, Stephen M. Karesh, James R. Halama, Robert H. Wagner, and A. Michael Zimmer. The first edition, published in 1996, was widely recognized as one of the most authoritative and comprehensive textbooks on nuclear medicine. The second edition builds on this foundation and once again delivers a clinically useful, comprehensive, and authoritative reference.
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