101650 Practical Imaging Techniques Laboratory II

Course Goals:

The aim of this course is teach the quality control of the imaging and counting systems used in nuclear medicine.

Course Learning Outcomes:

All experiments are carried out by students. Students who learned alternative systems in laboratory gain experiences for carrying out of quality control and performance tests of nuclear medicine systems they will come across during their careers.

Course Subjects:

  • Calibration, Daily Test, Accuracy and Precisison Tests.
  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Homogenity, Spatial Resolution, Correction Circuits Effect on These Tests.
  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Homogenity, Spatial Resolution, Correction Circuits Effect on These Tests.
  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Homogenity, Spatial Resolution, Correction Circuits Effect on These Tests.
  • Gamma Camera Performance Tests with Tyroid and Liver Phantoms.
  • Gamma Camera Performance Tests with Tyroid and Liver Phantoms.
  • Quality Controls of the SPECT systems.
  • Quality Controls of the SPECT systems.