single photon emission computed tomography: a technique for measuring brain function similar to PET.
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How to use SPECT in a sentence
In other words, SPECT might not be a useful tool for assessing more subtle physiological states, like anxiety and depression.
He also says that dozens of doctors around the country not affiliated with his clinics use SPECT for clinical purposes.
But if Ayotte really puts a hold on Rice, I SPECT that'll get lots of attention.
"Miss Josephine must 'SPECT her beau; she's mightily fined off," commented Rachel, when she came up from her meal.Alone | Marion Harland
Bad, I 'SPECT, when he remembers the way he treated poor Connie.Sue, A Little Heroine | L. T. Meade
I 'SPECT he will some day, and Tom says he licks awful hard.Tabitha at Ivy Hall | Ruth Alberta Brown
Couldn't git dar 'fore dark, no how, and he'd be gone away, and I 'SPECT I couldn't fin' him.What Might Have Been Expected | Frank R. Stockton
Oh, 'bout as big as your head, and I 'SPECT it's likely to come down dis yere chimney 'most any time.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete | Albert Bigelow Paine