Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre

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Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre. / Bolwig, T G; Haunsø, S; Hove, J D; Hesse, B; Højgaard, L; Jensen, M; Paulson, O B; Svendsen, Jesper Hastrup; Sørensen, S S.

In: Ugeskrift for læger, Vol. 156, No. 43, 24.10.1994, p. 6341-7.

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Bolwig, TG, Haunsø, S, Hove, JD, Hesse, B, Højgaard, L, Jensen, M, Paulson, OB, Svendsen, JH & Sørensen, SS 1994, 'Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre', Ugeskrift for læger, vol. 156, no. 43, pp. 6341-7.

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Bolwig, T. G., Haunsø, S., Hove, J. D., Hesse, B., Højgaard, L., Jensen, M., ... Sørensen, S. S. (1994). Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre. Ugeskrift for læger, 156(43), 6341-7.

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Bolwig TG, Haunsø S, Hove JD, Hesse B, Højgaard L, Jensen M et al. Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre. Ugeskrift for læger. 1994 Oct 24;156(43):6341-7.

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Bolwig, T G ; Haunsø, S ; Hove, J D ; Hesse, B ; Højgaard, L ; Jensen, M ; Paulson, O B ; Svendsen, Jesper Hastrup ; Sørensen, S S. / Positronemissionstomografi. En ny målemetode til billedmaessig fremstilling af regionale fysiologiske og biokemiske parametre. In: Ugeskrift for læger. 1994 ; Vol. 156, No. 43. pp. 6341-7.

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