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Scintillation camera imaging with I-123.

Iodine-123 produced from three different nuclear targets (Te-122, Te-124, and I-127) was evaluated for spatial resolution and sensitivity with an Anger scintillation camera. Te-122 targets generated a substantial amount of I-130, which necessitated use of a medium-energy collimator. Te-124 targets produced solutions with significant amounts of I-124. Shortly after the end of bombardment, a 4,000-hole (4KH) collimator was satisfactory; at 30 hours, a medium-energy collimator was required. High-purity I-123 from an I-127 target gave excellent spatial resolution when the 4KH collimator was used, but low-energy "foil" collimators were not adequate.[1]


  1. Scintillation camera imaging with I-123. Graham, L.S., Zielinski, F.W. Radiology. (1979) [Pubmed]
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