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SPECT Scanner

Some commercial preclinical SPECT systems.

(a) A preclinical hybrid PET/SPECT device, the VECTor (Image courtesy of MI Labs)

(b) Triumph Trimodality scanner (courtesy of Gamma Medica)

(c) NanoSPECT (courtesy of BioScan, Inc)

(d) Inveon system (courtesy of Siemens Medical Solution) with internal components demonstrated (courtesy of Siemens Medical Solution).

Reference

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Copyright © 2011 Magdy M. Khalil et al.

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Assessment

+ Image is very relevant to group topic. + Shows clinical diagnostic tool. + Copyright, citation and student disclaimer included. - Figure includes no explanation just the original legend. For example, what does SPECT mean? Lacks peer teaching component.



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