J. F. Clement

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One of the most important parameters reducing the sensitivity and specificity in the thoracic and abdominal areas is respiratory motion and associated deformations which represent today an important challenge in medical imaging. The negative impact of respiratory motion is not only evident in the field of cancer diagnostic imaging but also in therapy(More)
Respiratory motion is an important factor leading to errors and uncertainties in radiation therapy (RT). Solutions presented to date include modeling tumor and surrounding tissues motion. Having such a model is a key point to deliver, under breathing induced motion, less dose to the normal healthy tissues and higher dose to the tumor. Many continuous motion(More)
One of the advantages of PET systems based on semiconductors is the potential for improved spatial resolution without an associated deterioration in sensitivity. In addition, the geometry of these detectors allows the potential for flexible scanner architectures to be realized depending on the size of the objects to be imaged. Previous work has demonstrated(More)
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