Kathryn A. Morton, MD is a recognised expert in nuclear medicine, with many years of experience in diagnostic radiology, clinical nuclear medicine and imaging research. In Diagnostic Imaging: Nuclear Medicine, she and experienced co-authors provide a tactical guide to the appropriate role and competent practice of nuclear medicine in the framework of multiple imaging modalities and options. The book provides the reader with a comprehensive yet accessible reference. The book includes numerous imaging examples, colour illustrations, protocol advice, interpretive guidance, and important differential diagnoses, as well as the key imaging findings and appropriate role of other imaging modalities. This accessible reference assists the practising radiologist and nuclear medicine physician in making confident diagnoses for their patients. The bulleted format is easy to digest and conveys clinically relevant information concisely and rapidly, providing a real-time reference for the reading room. Images are clear and convey typical and atypical examples of specific diagnoses, "mimics" and potential pitfalls that complicate diagnostic accuracy. The book provides thorough and concise information regarding nuclear medicine diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including appropriate study selection, protocol advice and interpretive guidance. It also summarizes the key findings shown by CT, MR, ultrasound and other radiographic modalities for each diagnosis. Most importantly, it addresses the most appropriate role for nuclear medicine within the framework of all imaging modalities and options available to answer a specific clinical question. This is done without hype or subspecialty bias. In short, this nuclear medicine book is practical, accessible and in-touch with the realities of multimodality diagnostic imaging.