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2017 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Emerging and New Generation PET: Instrumentation, Technology, Characteristics and Clinical Practice


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Future Prospects of Time-Of-Flight PET: Scintillator, Detector and Depth-Of- Interaction (DOI) Technologies
Suleman Surti, University of Pennsylvania
joelkarp@mail.med.upenn.edu


Handout(s): 127-35387-418554-127445.pdf
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Basics of PET Physics and Instrumentation - Timothy Turkington, PhD Duke University Medical Center
New Generation Solid State Digital Photon Counting PET - Jun Zhang, The Ohio State University
New Generation Solid State LightBurst PET - Osama Mawlawi, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Ctr.
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