[18F]FDG uptake of the normal spinal cord in PET/MR imaging: comparison with PET/CT imaging
EJNMMI Research, August 2020
Marco Aiello, Vincenzo Alfano, Elena Salvatore, Carlo Cavaliere, Marco Picardi, Roberta Della Pepa, Emanuele Nicolai, Andrea Soricelli, Alessandra Vella, Marco Salvatore, Mario Mascalchi
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