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Keywords: nuclear medicine
MO-C930-GePD-F8-3Occupational Recorded Badge Doses in U.S. Radiologic Technologists Performing Nuclear Medicine Procedures
D. Villoing1*, S.L. Simon1 , B.H. Alexander2 , M.S. Linet1 , C.M. Kitahara1 (1) Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD (2) Division of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Minesota, Minneapolis
MO-C930-GePD-F8-6Verification of Dose Calibrator Consistency for Tc-99m XSPECT System Calibration in a Large Clinical Nuclear Medicine Department
M Jacobsen*, W Erwin , UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
PO-GePV-I-16Image Acquisition Technique for Nuclear Medicine Using Deep Profile Learning
M Choi*, D Yoon , M Kim , T Suh , The Catholic University of Korea, College of MedicineSeoul
SU-E-303-7Kinetic Analysis of 18F-FAZA Uptake Versus Time in Pancreatic Tumors
F Li1*, E Taylor2 , I Yeung3 , D Jaffray4 , D Hedley5 , T Lee6 , (1) Western University, London, ON, (2) University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, (3) The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - UHN, Toronto, ON, (4) University Health Network, Toronto, ON, (5) University Health Network, Toronto, ,(6) Robarts Research Institute, London,
SU-F-301-8A Method for On-The-Fly Resampling of Radionuclide Energy Deposition Kernels for Convolution-Based Voxelwise Dosimetry
S Graves*, D Hyer , R Flynn , J Sunderland , University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA
SU-I300-GePD-F5-1Analysis of MAA Distribution in Liver with Tumor
D Bakalyar1*, (1) Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
SU-KL-304-11Automated Phantom Analysis for Gamma Cameras - An Efficient, Accessible, Consistent, and Sensitive Method for Quality Control
T Tazegul1*, A Polemi2 , A Snyder1 , C Snyder1 , A Goode2 , P Collins2 , (1) Atirix Medical Systems, Inc, Minneapolis, MN, (2) University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA
SU-L-302-5Modified Geant4 Physics for Efficient Radionuclide Shielding Calculations
YM Yang*, J Lamb, UCLA Department of Radiation Oncology, 200 Medical Plaza Suite B265, Los Angeles, California, United States
TH-BC-304-8NCINM: A Novel Computational Phantom-Based Dosimetry System for Nuclear Medicine
D Villoing*, C Lee, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD
TU-C930-GePD-F8-6Impact of Kernel Truncation On 177Lu-DOTATATE and 131I-MIBG Voxelwise Dosimetry
S Graves*, A Tiwari , D Hyer , R Flynn , J Buatti , J Sunderland , University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
TU-K430-CAMPUS-F1-1Creation of a Pediatric Dosimetry Platform for Computed Tomography and Nuclear Medicine Applications Using Monte Carlo Simulations
T Kostou1 , P Papadimitroulas2 , A Balomenos3 , I Kopsinis3 , F Anagnostopoulos1 , D Mihailidis4 , G C Kagadis1*, (1) Univ Patras, Rion, Greece, (2) BIOEMTECH, Athens, Greece, (3) LIBRA MLI, Edinburgh, UK, (4) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
WE-FG-221AB-0Contrast-Enhanced and Functional Imaging of the Breast
J Lewin1*, I Sechopoulos2*, C Hruska3*, (1) The Women's Imaging Center, Denver, ,(2) Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, ,(3) Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
WE-J-302-0Novel Agents for Imaging and Theranostics
D Cormode1*, B Zeglis2*, M Melancon3*, (1) The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, (2) Hunter College, New York, ,(3) MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX