MR/PET – Hybrid Imaging for the Next Decade
Thomas Beyer, Ph.D. ; et al.
Imaging Science Institute, University Hospital Tuebingen, Germany | Nov 12, 2010
The clinical potential of combining information derived from MR and PET is evident and has resulted in the development of the worlds first whole-body molecular MR system – the Biograph mMR. Read about the history of combining PET with MRI, the rationale to do so and challenges which had to be overcome.
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