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There is a clear need for established standards for medical physics residency training. The complexity of techniques in imaging, nuclear medicine, and radiation oncology continues to increase with each passing year. It is therefore imperative that training requirements and competencies are routinely reviewed and updated to reflect the changing environment(More)
With the rapid progress of internet technology, more and more software projects adopt e-development to facilitate the software development process in a worldwide context. However, distributed software development activity itself is a complex orchestration. It involves many people working together without the barrier of time and space difference. Therefore,(More)
Software functionalities and behavior are accomplished by the cooperation of code artifacts. The understanding of this type of source code collaboration provides an important aid to the maintenance and evolution of legacy systems. However, the original collaboration design information is dispersed at the implementation level. The extraction of code(More)
This education session will cover the physics and operation principles of gamma cameras and PET scanners. The first talk will focus on PET imaging. An overview of the principles of PET imaging will be provided, including positron decay physics, and the transition from 2D to 3D imaging. More recent advances in hardware and software will be discussed, such as(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this article is to review the training requirements for practicing nuclear radiology, the scope of licensing, how to start a new practice, and the key concepts an authorized user needs to know for responsible use of radiopharmaceuticals. CONCLUSION Physicians responsible for the daily operations of nuclear medicine clinics often(More)
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