Intraoperative beta- detecting probe for radio-guided surgery of brain tumors

@article{Baroni2014IntraoperativeBD,
  title={Intraoperative beta- detecting probe for radio-guided surgery of brain tumors},
  author={Guido Baroni and Fabio Bellini and Valerio Bocci and Francesco Collamati and Marta Cremonesi and Erika De Lucia and Riccardo Faccini and Paolo Ferroli and Salvatore G. Fiore and Federica Fioroni and Chiara Maria Grana and Elisa Grassi and Michele Iori and Michela Marafini and Ilaria Mattei and Silvio Morganti and Giovanni Paganelli and Vincenzo Patera and Alessandra Pepe and Luca Piersanti and Luigi Recchia and Andrea Russomando and Alessio Sarti and Adalberto Sciubba and Marco Paolo Schiariti and Elena Solfaroli Camillocci and Annibale Versari and Cecilia Voena},
  journal={2014 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-3}
}
The innovation of the radio-guided surgery exploiting β- emitters is the higher tumor-to-non-tumor ratio (TNR) allowing both a smaller radiopharmaceutical absorbed dose to detect cancerous remnants and the possibility of extending the technique also to cases with a large uptake of surrounding healthy organs, as for brain tumors. Our first study cases are… CONTINUE READING