The diagnostic accuracy of dopamine transporter SPECT imaging to detect nigrostriatal cell loss in patients with Parkinson’s disease or clinically uncertain parkinsonism: a systematic review
EJNMMI Research, March 2015
Sven R Suwijn, Caroline JM van Boheemen, Rob J de Haan, Gerrit Tissingh, Jan Booij, Rob MA de Bie
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|Medicine and Dentistry||34||28%|
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