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A hypertensive response to exercise is associated with transient ischemic dilation on myocardial perfusion SPECT imaging.Academic Article Why?
Brain SPECT findings and aggressiveness.Academic Article Why?
Brain SPECT imaging.Academic Article Why?
Correction for photon attenuation in SPECT: analytical framework, average attenuation factors, and a new hybrid approach.Academic Article Why?
Myocardial perfusion imaging with a combined x-ray CT and SPECT system.Academic Article Why?
Overestimation of postischemic myocardial stunning on gated SPECT imaging: correlation with echocardiography.Academic Article Why?
Short-scan SPECT imaging with non-uniform attenuation and 3D distance-dependent spatial resolution.Academic Article Why?
SPECT brain imaging in epilepsy: a meta-analysis.Academic Article Why?
SPECT imaging and treatment of pyromania.Academic Article Why?
SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging with prone-only acquisitions: correlation with coronary angiography.Academic Article Why?
Stress-only imaging in patients with prior SPECT MPI: a simulation study.Academic Article Why?
The use of SPECT bone scans to evaluate patients with idiopathic jaw pain.Academic Article Why?
Using vascular structure for CT-SPECT registration in the pelvis.Academic Article Why?
Appelbaum, DanielPerson Why?
Cardiac-Gated Single-Photon Emission Computer-Assisted TomographyConcept Why?
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