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TitlePositron Scanner for Brain Tumors
Author(s)Robertson, J. S.; Bozzo, S. R.
Publication DateOctober 09, 1964
Report NumberBNL-9911
Unique IdentifierACC0236
Other NumbersCONF-754-6; OSTI ID: 4571388
Research OrgBrookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Upton, N.Y.
Contract NoAT(30-2)-Gen-16
Sponsoring OrgUS Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Other Information6th IBM Medical Symposium, Poughkeepsie and Upton, NY
SubjectBiology and Medicine; Radiotherapy and Radiodiagnosis; Brain; Computers; Copper 64; Detection; Diagnosis; Diseases; Emission; Man; Mathematics; Medicine; Mockup; Planning; Positrons; Programming; Radiation Detectors; Radioisotopes; Testing; Tracer Techniques; Tumors; Uses
KeywordsBiomed, Isotopes
Related Web PagesPositron Emission Tomography [PET] and Positron Scanner
AbstractIt was thought that if a multi-detector device could be developed, the scanning time would be greatly shortened, with such consequent advantages as being able to work with lower dose of radiation, to obtain serial determinations, and to work with shorter-lived isotopes.
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