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written by Dean A. Zollman, Sytil K. Murphy, and Dyan L. McBride
supported by the National Science Foundation
This web site contains resources involving the physics of contemporary medical procedures.  This collection is intended mainly to help students gain insight into the physics behind modern medical diagnostics and treatments, which are scarcely mentioned in most pre-med physics courses.  The site contains student tutorials and activities, instructor materials, software, and various related links. Topics covered include vision and optics, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography (PET).
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© 2007 Kansas State University
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IPLS, applied physics, biophysics, contemporary medicine, diagnostic, diagnostics, medical, medical physics, medicine, pre med, pre-med, pre-medical
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Metadata instance created July 21, 2009 by Bruce Mason
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D. Zollman, S. Murphy, and D. McBride, (2007), WWW Document, (https://web.phys.ksu.edu/mmmm/index.html).
D. Zollman, S. Murphy, and D. McBride, Modern Miracle Medical Machines (2007), <https://web.phys.ksu.edu/mmmm/index.html>.
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Zollman, D., Murphy, S., & McBride, D. (2007, December 28). Modern Miracle Medical Machines. Retrieved November 30, 2022, from https://web.phys.ksu.edu/mmmm/index.html
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Zollman, D, S. Murphy, and D. McBride. Modern Miracle Medical Machines. December 28, 2007. https://web.phys.ksu.edu/mmmm/index.html (accessed 30 November 2022).
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Zollman, Dean, Sytil Murphy, and Dyan McBride. Modern Miracle Medical Machines. 2007. 28 Dec. 2007. National Science Foundation. 30 Nov. 2022 <https://web.phys.ksu.edu/mmmm/index.html>.
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@misc{ Author = "Dean Zollman and Sytil Murphy and Dyan McBride", Title = {Modern Miracle Medical Machines}, Volume = {2022}, Number = {30 November 2022}, Month = {December 28, 2007}, Year = {2007} }
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