Subject: What is the underlying principle of a PET scan machine.
Date: Thu Feb 22 23:47:54 2001
Posted by James
Grade level: nonaligned
City: San Jose State/Province: Calif.
Area of science: Medicine
I understand the principles used in M R I images, and how X rays work. I also
know that a positron is similar to an electron, except with an opposite charge.
So, what is the operating principal behind a Positron Emission Tomography
Re: What is the underlying principle of a PET scan machine.
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