An imaging artefact is anything that gets in the way of what you’re actually trying to look at. Many are avoidable, though some are not. It’s important to be aware of the kinds of artefacts you might experience, so that you can recognise them (and not be fooled by them!) when interpreting clinical images.

This is a visual summary of artefact types in nuclear medicine imaging.

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