5 edition of Quantitation in Biomedical Imaging with PET and MRI found in the catalog.
November 21, 2004 by Elsevier .
Written in English
|Contributions||Hidehiro Iida (Editor), Nadim Jon Shah (Editor), Takuya Hayashi (Editor), Hiroshi Watabe (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Quantification of regional myocardial oxygen metabolism in normal pigs using positron emission tomography with injectable 15O-O2. Aging diminishes gastric mucosal regeneration: Relationship to tyrosine kinases. Three translations are made along the x, y, and z axes typically considered right-left, superior-inferior, and anterior-posterior axes, respectively. Magdy M. More modern scanners now include multiple rings, essentially forming a cylinder of detectors. When deciding upon a static versus dynamic protocol, it should be kept in mind that capturing dynamic data leaves open the possibility for quantitative metrics if the proper methods are available ; static acquisition does not.
PET acquisitions typically require the subject to try and lay still for as little as 15 minutes, or for up to 90 minutes at a time. These compensations are achieved by modeling the imaging process in the projection and backprojection operations during the iterative steps. Limitations to the widespread use of PET arise from the high costs of cyclotrons needed to produce the short-lived radionuclides for PET scanning and the need for specially adapted on-site chemical synthesis apparatus to produce the radiopharmaceuticals after radioisotope preparation. It is up to the investigator to determine the optimal approach for their respective study. Increased expression of pp60c-src in gastric mucosa of aged rats. In cardiac SPECT studies, iterative reconstruction methods have been used to compensate for the non-uniform attenuation distribution that arises from the heterogeneity of the chest region.
However, in realistic situations, the projection data in SPECT are often measured in two dimensions and are affected by the three-dimensional effects of attenuation and scatter of photons in the patient's body and the three-dimensional spatial resolution response of the collimator-detector. Diffusion-weighted imaging measurements indicate increased cellularity in growth plates around knees in football players most prominent in proximal tibia medial region after intense training. As different LORs must traverse different thicknesses of tissue, the photons are attenuated differentially. Linkage between the midline cortical serotonergic system and social behavior traits: positron emission tomography studies of common marmosets.
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Ann Nucl Med. Related Books. As a result, reconstruction from this geometry constitutes a three-dimensional ''limited-angle reconstruction" problem, and the reconstructed images have artifacts and distortions as a result. First, we will address anatomically-defined ROIs.
Dhawan, D. However, often these individuals cannot pursue formal training in PET because of time constraints from other job demands. Three-Dimensional Reconstruction Methods for Special Collimator Designs As discussed in the previous section, fan-beam and conebeam collimators have been used in SPECT to improve the trade-off between detection efficiency and spatial resolution as compared to the conventional parallel-hole design.
World J. The result is that structures deep in the body are reconstructed as having falsely low tracer uptake.
Images can be resliced almost infinitely to very small voxels by relatively simple interpolation of the original PET data. Beamish, V.
Empirical testing is the best way to determine what will be an acceptable combination. At present,[ when? Subject motion was severe enough that at least two frames could not be corrected by the algorithm arrows. Panagia and N. Representative time-activity curves from before and after manual manipulation of two errant time frames are given in Figure 4.
The inner integral of equation 5. Iterative algorithms that have been used in estimating the reconstructed images include the Gauss-Seidel GSconjugate gradient Quantitation in Biomedical Imaging with PET and MRI bookand expectation maximization EM algorithms see section However, when possible, the investigator should consider generating an in-house brain template specific to the strain, age, gender, and weight of the sample being studied.
In general, quantitative SPECT image reconstruction methods consist of two major components: 1 algorithms for image reconstruction from projections, and 2 techniques that compensate for image-degrading effects such as attenuation, scatter, and collimator-detector response.
The remainder of the text will focus on defining concepts and outlining processes for preparing and analyzing neuroligand PET data. G, Tureaud, J. Subsequent sections focus on image reconstruction, processing, and quantitation in PET and hybrid PET and on imaging artifacts and correction techniques, with particular attention to partial volume correction and motion artifacts.Dec 01, · This book offers a wide-ranging and up-to-date overview of the basic science underlying PET and its preclinical and clinical applications in modern medicine.
In addition, it provides the reader with a sound understanding of the scientific principles and use of PET in routine practice and biomedical imaging research.
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