2 edition of Clinical PET found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 15, 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. Miller MI, Snyder DL 1987. All the voxels outside the masked region were set to zero. PET scan images can be reconstructed using a CT scan performed using one scanner during the same session.
You agree that you do not have any ownership rights to the Guidelines and Pathways and that you are expressly prohibited from selling, assigning, leasing, licensing, reproducing, or distributing the Guidelines and Pathways unless authorized in writing by AIM. The recent development of silicon photomultipliers SiPMs has led to improve the timing resolution around or below 400 ps FWHM in some newly available systems [, ].
"The role of likelihood and entropy in incomplete data problems: Applications to estimating point-process intensites and toeplitz constrained covariance estimates".
Wagenknecht G, Kaiser HJ, Mottaghy FM, Herzog H February 2013. 1 mm may represent a significant fraction of the volume Clinical PET the crystal Clinical PET, reducing detection efficiency.
PET scanning with the tracer 18F-FDG is widely used in clinical.
This paper describes quantitatively describes these effects, discusses potential methods for reducing the magnitude of these effects, and computes the ultimately achievable spatial resolution for clinical and pre-clinical PET cameras.
[ ] Musculo-skeletal imaging [ ] Further information: PET imaging has been used for imaging muscles and bones.
The torso phantom was centered in the FOV of the scanner, and the spheres were aligned to the center of the axial FOV.