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Impact of Oxygenation Status on (18)F-FDG Uptake in Solid Tumors

Bibliographic reference Neveu, Marie-Aline ; Bol, Vanesa ; Bol, Anne ; Grégoire, Vincent ; Gallez, Bernard. Impact of Oxygenation Status on (18)F-FDG Uptake in Solid Tumors. In: Clare E. Elwell, Terence S. Leung, David K. Harrison, Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVII, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers  : (United States) New York, NY 2016, p. 201-207
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