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A multi-centre evaluation of eleven clinically feasible brain PET/MRI attenuation correction techniques using a large cohort of patients

Claes N. Ladefoged
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Ian Law
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Udunna Anazodo
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Keith St. Lawrence
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David Izquierdo-Garcia
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Ciprian Catana
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Ninon Burgos
Brian Hutton
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Inés Mérida
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Didier Benoit
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Søren Holm
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Meher Juttukonda
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Hongyu An
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Jorge Cabello
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Mathias Lukas
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Stephan Nekolla
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Sibylle Ziegler
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Matthias Fenchel
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Bjoern Jakoby
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Michael E. Casey
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Tammie Benzinger
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Adam E. Hansen
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Flemming L. Andersen
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Medical Imaging
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hal-01827199 , version 1 (01-07-2018)

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Claes N. Ladefoged, Ian Law, Udunna Anazodo, Keith St. Lawrence, David Izquierdo-Garcia, et al.. A multi-centre evaluation of eleven clinically feasible brain PET/MRI attenuation correction techniques using a large cohort of patients. IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference – IEEE NSS/MIC 2016, Oct 2016, Strasbourg, France. ⟨hal-01827199⟩
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