Assessment of response function in two PET scanners with and without interplane septa.

@article{Michel1991AssessmentOR,
  title={Assessment of response function in two PET scanners with and without interplane septa.},
  author={Christian Michel and Anne Bol and T. J. Spinks and David W. Townsend and David L. Bailey and Sylke Grootoonk and Terry Jones},
  journal={IEEE transactions on medical imaging},
  year={1991},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={240-8}
}
The authors have assessed the response function both experimentally and theoretically for two commercial tomographs: CTI 931/08-12 and CTI 953B with and without interplane septa. Monte Carlo simulations were undertaken using the GEANT package from CERN. Spatial resolution (tomographic and axial) was calculated for line sources at various positions in the field of view. Sensitivity and scatter fraction (SF) were calculated for various source geometries as a function of energy discrimination. A… CONTINUE READING

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