Human PET/CT scanners: feasibility for oncological in vivo imaging in mice.

Abstract

PET/CT imaging is a highly valuable oncological imaging modality. The combination of positron emission tomography (PET) and computed tomography (CT) provides the ability to accurately register molecular and metabolic aspects of cancers with anatomical and morphological findings in human clinical routine examinations and for animals in vivo research. Small… (More)

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@article{Seemann2004HumanPS, title={Human PET/CT scanners: feasibility for oncological in vivo imaging in mice.}, author={Marcus Seemann}, journal={European journal of medical research}, year={2004}, volume={9 10}, pages={468-72} }