Grosseto, Italy

#1 Jan 22, 2013
Can somebody tell me how we can distinguish a PET image from a SPECT image on a practical level? I mean, if I look at two images, how can I tell that one is a PET and the other is a SPECT? Apart from the spatial resolution, is there anything that could help me?

Thank you in advance!

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