Analysis of emission tomographic scan data: limitations imposed by resolution and background.

@article{Kessler1984AnalysisOE,
  title={Analysis of emission tomographic scan data: limitations imposed by resolution and background.},
  author={Robert M. Kessler and James R. Ellis and Michael Eden},
  journal={Journal of computer assisted tomography},
  year={1984},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={
          514-22
        }
}
The proper analysis of positron emission tomographic scan data requires a careful knowledge of the limitations of the tomographic system used so that scan data can be collected and sampled in a manner consistent with those limitations. The present investigation was undertaken to clarify some of the limitations imposed by resolution. The usual imaging situation, e.g., 218FDG , C15O2, or 15O2 , involves imaging structures of limited size in all three dimensions which may appear either warm or… CONTINUE READING
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