Category: Fluoresce Attenuation Correction

How Fluoresce Attenuation Correction is changing cardiology

Attenuation correction is a mechanism that removes soft tissue artifacts from nuclear images. The goal is to reduce the impact of attenuation in order to provide images that are more uniform and allow for higher reading confidence. Historically, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging was the only way to achieve attenuation

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