Anton Nömayr

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate criteria for detection of tumor recurrence and post-treatment changes in patients with head and neck malignancies in computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). METHODS AND MATERIALS Thirty-nine patients with head and neck carcinoma receiving radiochemotherapy were examined before, during and after therapy with(More)
UNLABELLED Hybrid cameras combining SPECT and spiral CT offer the opportunity to obtain a diagnostic-quality CT image of scintigraphically suggestive lesions that directly correlates with the SPECT image. The field of view of the CT scan can be adapted on the basis of the SPECT findings ("SPECT-guided CT"). The aim of the present study was to investigate(More)
Irradiation causes specific MRI changes in anatomic morphology and signal intensity. To avoid misinterpretation, it is important to consider the potential radiation changes of normal tissue in MRI. The aim of this study was to describe the detected radiation effects on normal cervical tissues in MRI. Pretreatment and posttreatment MRI of 52 patients with(More)
AIM The anatomical accuracy of hardware-based registration of skeletal single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and X-ray computerized tomography (CT) has as yet not been studied. The aim of this study was to evaluate this variable in the lower spine for a newly introduced hybrid SPECT/spiral-CT camera. METHODS In 22 patients referred for(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of this study was to evaluate the anatomical accuracy and reproducibility of retrospective interactive rigid image registration (RIR) between routinely archived X-ray computer tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography performed with 18F-deoxyglucose (FDG-PET) in oncological patients. METHODS Two observers registered PET and CT(More)
PURPOSE Investigation of the capabilities of MSCT and its value for the staging of pancreatic carcinomas. METHODS 50 Patients with suspected pancreatic carcinoma were examined with a biphasic multislice-spiral-CT protocol: slice collimation 4 x 1 mm, Pitch 3.5-4 mm. After administration of 120 ml contrast medium and 50 ml NaCl with a flow rate of 3.0 ml/s(More)
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to assess user benefits of COMPARE/Radiology, a highly interactive World Wide Web-based training program for radiology, as perceived by its users. MATERIALS AND METHODS COMPARE/Radiology (http://www.idr.med.uni-erlangen.de/compare.htm), an interactive training program based on 244 teaching cases, was(More)
UNLABELLED The AIM of this study was to determine the clinical relevance of compensating SPECT data for patient specific attenuation by the use of CT data simultaneously acquired with SPECT/CT when analyzing the skeletal uptake of polyphosphonates (DPD). Furthermore, the influence of misregistration between SPECT and CT data on uptake ratios was(More)
In a controlled patient study we investigated the potential of attenuation-based on-line modulation of the tube current to reduce milliampere values (mAs) in CT examinations of children without loss of image quality. mAs can be reduced for non-circular patient cross sections without an increase in noise if tube current is reduced at those angular positions(More)
The potential of online tube current modulation in subsecond multislice spiral CT (MSCT) examinations of children to reduce the dose without a loss in image quality is investigated in a controlled patient study. The dose can be reduced for oval patient sectional view without an increase in noise if the tube current is reduced where the patient diameter and,(More)