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June 6, 2007

Nature offers best of PET and MRI papers free

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PETMRI.pngSince their introduction to medicine, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) have greatly contributed to medical research and clinical practice. In particular, brain imaging with MRI and PET scans has led to important insights into both the normal and diseased brain. With increasingly advanced technology, scanning techniques, and clinical applications, brain imaging is a continuously evolving field.

I thought some of the researchers out there would be interested in this free special web focus which contains the leading papers that leverage PET and MRI. Presented by the Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, it is a compilation of many of the most important research papers on the techniques and applications of cerebral MRI and PET imaging.

Image: Anatomical SPGR MR images (left) and Pittsburgh Compound-B PET SUV images (right) of amyloid binding, from article by JC Price et al.

Comments (1) + TrackBacks (0) | Category: Neurodiagnostics


1. nick wilson on September 19, 2007 1:04 PM writes...

umm hi nick and i have these hings called premonitions .. like the dreams that actually come true. There mostly bad and terrible... umm i guess what i want is an answer to how or why this happens. cause i want them to stop .... ive had them for about 2 years now ..i hate them with a passion.

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