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A subminiature scintillation detector for catheter operation

TitoloA subminiature scintillation detector for catheter operation
Tipo di pubblicazionePresentazione a Congresso
Anno di Pubblicazione2006
AutoriScafè, R., Montani L., Burgio N., Iurlaro G., Santagata A., Ciavola C., and Alonge G.
Conference NameAstroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 9th Conference
Conference LocationComo
ISBN Number9812567984; 9789812567987
Parole chiaveCatheters, Clinical conditions, Laboratory set-up, Lesion detectability, Monte Carlo results, Nuclear medicine

The feasibility of a subminiature scintillation detector to be inserted in a catheter for lesion localization in nuclear medicine SPECT has been studied. Measurements on a simple laboratory setup have been performed and compared with Monte Carlo results. Further simulations, at 30keV and 140keV, concerning a configuration reproducing severe clinical conditions have shown poor lesion detectability. Several factors affecting the response have to be investigated to improve the capability of lesion localization characterizing such detector.

Citation KeyScafe200682