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By Habib Zaidi

This booklet is designed to be a realistic advisor to how you can practice quantitative MR measurements within the mind. It includes  either the technique and medical purposes, reflecting the expanding curiosity in quantitative MR in learning illness and its development.

  • The editor is an MR scientist with a global attractiveness for top of the range study
  • The contributions can be written together via MR physicists and MR clinicians, generating a realistic publication for either the examine and clinical groups

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By Habib Zaidi

This booklet is designed to be a realistic advisor to how you can practice quantitative MR measurements within the mind. It includes  either the technique and medical purposes, reflecting the expanding curiosity in quantitative MR in learning illness and its development.

  • The editor is an MR scientist with a global attractiveness for top of the range study
  • The contributions can be written together via MR physicists and MR clinicians, generating a realistic publication for either the examine and clinical groups

Show description

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Both 2. Dual-Modality Imaging 41 Figure 4. Combined SPECT/CT system configured at UCSF from a GE 9800 CT Quick CT scanner and a 400 XR/T SPECT system with a common patient table to translate the patient between the reconstruction volumes of the CT and SPECT systems. 1 Gantry dimensions: 170 cmϫ168 cmϫ110 cm 110 cm 60 cm Rotation: CT: 2s PET: 2 s 168 cm CT PET 100 cm Dual-modality imaging range Figure 5. Schematic of combined PET/CT scanner developed at University of Pittsburgh by Townsend and co-workers.

Dual-Modality Imaging 43 needed to account for table sag or for misalignment when the patient moves between the CT and radionuclide image scans. Generally, the coordinate systems implicit in the radionuclide and CT image geometries are calibrated with respect to each other using fiducial markers that are scanned with both CT and radionuclide imaging. The image registration must be confirmed to avoid misregistration errors in the dual-modality images or in the radionuclide image reconstructed using CT-derived attenuation maps.

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