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Correction to: F-Fluciclovine (F-FACBC) PET imaging of recurrent brain tumors.

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Summary of "Correction to: F-Fluciclovine (F-FACBC) PET imaging of recurrent brain tumors."

The article F-Fluciclovine (F-FACBC) PET imaging of recurrent brain tumors written by Laure Michaud, B. J. Beattie, T. Akhurst, M. Dunphy, P. Zanzonico, R. Finn, A. Mauguen, H. Schöder, W. A. Weber, A. B. Lassman, R. Blasberg.

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Name: European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging
ISSN: 1619-7089
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