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Measurement of cerebral blood flow with a bolus of oxygen-15-labelled water: comparison of dynamic and integral methods.

Bibliographic reference Bol, Anne ; Goffinet, André ; Vanmelckenbeke, P ; Michel, Christian ; Cogneau, M.. Measurement of cerebral blood flow with a bolus of oxygen-15-labelled water: comparison of dynamic and integral methods.. In: European journal of nuclear medicine, Vol. 17, no. 5, p. 234-41 (1990)
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