Published in Cancer Weekly, September 19th, 2000
"It's one of the biggest and most important directions for the management of patients with cancer," said Dr. Martin P. Sandler, chairman of radiology, who developed the device with James A. Patton, professor of radiology and physics.
The machine combines the anatomical detail of computerized tomography with the biological pictures of nuclear medicine. It was initially tested at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and in Israel and is available at...
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