A World Wide Web-Based Resource for the Physical Evaluation of
511 keV-COLLIMATED IMAGING
|Historical Review||Physics and Instrumentation||Literature Review|
|Acceptance Tests and QC||Gantry/Camera design||Available Collimators|
|Positron Emitting Nuclides||NaI(Tl) Spectra||Radiation Safety|
|FDA Approval Efforts||AAPM Task Group 9||Detectability Tests|
Educational Resources and Courses
Douglas J. Wagenaar, Ph.D.
Annick D. Van den Abbeele, M.D.
Gerald M. Kolodny, M.D.
Thomas C. Hill, M.D.*
Robert E. Zimmerman, M.S.E.E.
Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine
Harvard Medical School
An inordinant amount of my time during the Denver meeting was devoted to establishing and maintaining the network connection for this scientific exhibit. Furthermore, I attended the AAPM task group 9 meeting and engaged in numerous discussions on this topic. I therefore found it particularly amusing that I was assigned the "hot seat" for my trip home:
Document created January 4, 1996; Version 8 modified June 6, 1996;
The authors wish to thank Dr. Jack Correia of the Massachusetts General Hospital for supplying 18F for the detectability experiments.
Douglas J. Wagenaar, Ph.D., email@example.com