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Some Applications of Si(Li) Detectors to Clinical Problems

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5 Author(s)
Leon Kaufman ; University of California, San Francisco ; James Nelson ; David Price ; David Shames
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The replacement of conventional clinical techniques and the development of new techniques using solid state detectors are discussed. Work presented here includes a simplified (geometry and counting-time independent) method for in-vitro iodine and bromine determinations, in-vivo iodine measurements through a tissue absorption correction based on the ratio of. K¿ to Kß radiation, cardiac output studies, and evaluation of absorptive characteristics of cerebral ventricles.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 1 )