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September-December 2015 | Vol 14 | Issue 3

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Not for the Last Time that I do Something for the First Time: A Time to Padhy!
Fulfilling the Chinese prophecy, I truly believe that we nuclear medicine physicians live in interesting times. Not many professions, especially among branches of medicine, allow you to dream and do ...
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Review Article
Radioiodine Remnant Ablation: A Critical Review
Radioiodine remnant ablation (RRA) is considered a safe and effective method for eliminating residual thyroid tissue, as well as microscopic disease if at all present in thyroid bed following thyroide...
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Original Article
The Effect of Parallel-hole Collimator Material on Image and Functional Parameters in SPECT Imaging: A SIMIND Monte Carlo Study
The collimator in single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) is a critical component of the imaging system and plays an impressive role in the imaging quality. In this study, the effect of the...
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Review Article
Development of Scintillators in Nuclear Medicine
High-quality image is necessary for accurate diagnosis in nuclear medicine. There are many factors in creating a good image and detector is the most important one. In recent years, several detectors a...
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Original Article
Dose Calibrator Linearity Testing: Radioisotope 99mTc or 18F? An Alternative for Reducing Costs in Nuclear Medicine Quality Control
Dose calibrator linearity testing is indispensable for evaluating the capacity of this equipment in measuring radioisotope activities at different magnitudes, a fundamental aspect of the daily routine...
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