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Visual detection of regional brain hypometabolism in cognitively impaired patients is independent of positron emission tomography-magnetic resonance attenuation correction method

Franceschi Ana M, Abballe Valentino, Raad Roy A, Nelson Aaron, Jackson Kimberly, Babb James, Vahle Thomas, Fenchel Matthias, Zhan Yiqiang, Valadez Gerardo Hermosillo, Shepherd Timothy M, Friedman Kent P

Year : 2018| Volume: 17| Issue : 3 | Page no: 188-194

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