In many subjects, overlap of the image of the pancreas by the liver image makes clear delineation of the pancreas uncertain. A dual isotope technique was evolved with a ratio substract system. Experiments in vitro with a phantom liver and pancreas successfully erased the liver image from the final printout. In vivo, however, the results were in many cases unsatisfactory. A detailed statistical analysis of the data has provided an explanation for these differences.
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