1 October 1978 Stereoscopic Images With Gamma Ray Cameras
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Abstract
Tomography is the common technique used in nuclear medicine for obtaining information about the three spatial dimensions of a radioactive source. In this paper the advantages of using stereoscopy instead are demonstrated. Three systems are described for obtaining undistorted stereoscopic images of gamma ray sources. One of the systems described has been constructed and tested using four radioactive wires as sources.
John A. McIntyre, "Stereoscopic Images With Gamma Ray Cameras," Optical Engineering 17(5), 175553 (1 October 1978). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972277 . Submission:
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