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  • Absolute quantification in dopaminergic neurotransmission SPET imaging using a Monte Carlo-based scatter correction and fully 3D reconstruction 

    Ros, D; Pavía, J; Cot Sanz, Alberto; Falcón, C; Crespo, C; Sempau Roma, Josep; Pareto, D; Bullich, S; Lomeña, F; Calviño Tavares, Francisco (2005-09)
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    Dopamine transporter (DAT) ligands have been developed for in vivo imaging of the dopaminergic system in SPECT. Although the visual analysis of SPECT images is, in general, suitable for clinical assessment, the accurate ...
  • Modeling of high-energy contamination in SPECT Imaging using Monte Carlo Simulation 

    Cot Sanz, Alberto; Jané, E; Sempau Roma, Josep; Falcón, C; Bullich, S; Pavía, J; Calviño Tavares, Francisco (2006-02)
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    I is a commonly used radioisotope employed in neurotransmitter SPECT studies. In addition to an intense line at 159 keV, the decay scheme of this radioisotope includes a low yield ( 3%) of higher energy photons which ...
  • Modelling of high-energy contamination in SPECT imaging using Monte Carlo simulation 

    Cot Sanz, Alberto; Jané, E; Sempau Roma, Josep; Falcón, C; Bullich, S; Pavía, J; Calviño Tavares, Francisco; Ros, D (IEEE, 2004)
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    3I is a commonly used radioisotope employed in neurotransmitter SPECT studies. In addition to an intense line at 159 keV, the decay scheme of this radioisotope includes a low yield (∼3%) of higher energy photons which ...