W. D. McFarland

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Atypical lymphocytes (ATL) appear in the circulation of a large proportion of patients during the first week following a blood transfusion. In order to determine the source of these ATL, cytogenetic studies were performed on the peripheral blood leukocytes of ten adult patients who received fresh blood from donors of the opposite sex. Nine of the ten(More)
Scattered photons degrade nuclear medicine image contrast and resolution, and preclude simple attenuation corrections. Current scatter correction methods utilize detected events with energies below pulse height analyzer (PHA) window levels, making attenuation corrections source position dependent. This new scatter rejection technique analyzes only the(More)