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2017 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: How to Select and Evaluate a PET Auto-segmentation Tool - Insights from AAPM TG211


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State-Of-The-Art of Current PET-AS Algorithms and Their Advantages and Limitations for Clinical Application
Issam El Naqa, PhD University of Michigan
ielnaqa@med.umich.edu


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Design, Implementation and First Results of the Future Standard for Evaluation of PET-AS Methods - Emiliano Spezi, PhD Cardiff University
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