IAEA Quality Control Atlas for Scintillation Camera Systems

Non-serial Publications

Subject Classification: 0103-Medical physics (including dosimetry)

English STI/PUB/1141; (ISBN:92-0-101303-5); 293 pp.; € 99.00; Date Published: 2003

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Accurate interpretation of nuclear medicine image data depends upon an understanding of image patterns and quantitative results. This book presents numerous examples which allow the reader to gain an understanding of the interpretation of quality control tests and to recognize artefacts. The examples are not limited to the quality control tests, but include clinical images obtained from unsuspected malfunctioning in the scintillation camera and/or computer system, suboptimal use of the system or operator error.

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