Positron emission tomography: a view of the body's function
Positron emission tomography is a technique that uses specially designed radioactive tracers to image the body's function non-invasively. This paper describes the equipment and methodology used to provide quantitative images of the function of the brain and heart and to help to diagnose and treat cancer.
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