volume 118, issue 1, P225-226 1976
DOI: 10.1148/118.1.225
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Abstract: The primary disadvantage of hard-wired data systems for use in nuclear medicine is the fact that that the data contained in the memory bank are not accessible to the user and often must be processed mathematically before they can be employed in interpretation, particularly in dynamic studies. The authors describe a relatively inexpensive programmable device which can be used in conjunction with the data system and overcomes these limitations to a great extent.

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