The paper gives an introduction to the basis and quality control of a relatively new imaging method. First the different kinds of SPECT instruments, and then the aspects of diagnostic application are described. Details are given on examinations of the central nervous system, the abdomen, the hearth and the skeletal system, on the possibilities of immunoscintigraphy, and also on the indications of SPECT studies and the clinical performance. Finally, the state and future of this technique in Hungary are considered.
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 19 1989|
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