The development of personal computer technology has resulted in extremely powerful, inexpensive computers available as consumer items. With the addition of suitable hardware for gamma camera interfacing and image display, such systems can be transformed into fully functional nuclear medicine computers capable of performing all of the acquisition and processing tasks required in a modern radioisotope imaging department. Such an approach to nuclear medicine computerization offers many advantages in terms of flexibility, speed, cost, and expandability.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging