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Yttrium-90-labeled microsphere tracking during liver selective internal radiotherapy by bremsstrahlung pinhole SPECT: Feasibility study and evaluation in an abdominal phantom

Bibliographic reference Walrand, Stephan ; Hesse, Michel ; Demonceau, Georges ; Pauwels, Stanislas ; Jamar, François. Yttrium-90-labeled microsphere tracking during liver selective internal radiotherapy by bremsstrahlung pinhole SPECT: Feasibility study and evaluation in an abdominal phantom. In: E J N M M I Research, Vol. 1, no. 1, p. 1-14 (2011)
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