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2012 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI


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State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI
Paul E Kinahan, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195-7987, United States
kinahan@u.washington.edu


Handout(s): 68-19821-230349-85189.pdf
Handout(s): 68-19821-230350-85189.pdf
Handout(s): 68-19821-230351-85189.pdf
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State of the Art in Quantitative Imaging in CT, PET and MRI - Dr. Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 90025, United States
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