Julia Dinges

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Seven T2 maps (multiecho (ME) sequence: 3000 ms, eight echoes with 13.2 ms of echo spacing, 20 sections) and T1-weighted (T1-w) fast low-angle shot (FLASH-water excitation (WE)) data sets from four imaging sessions (right patellae of 10 healthy volunteers) were obtained. A segmentation of cartilage (WE sequence) was overlaid on the ME data and T2 values(More)
To assess the diagnostic value of retrospective PET-MRI fusion and to compare the results with side-by-side analysis and single modality use of PET and of MRI alone for locoregional tumour and nodal staging of head-and-neck cancer. Thirty-three patients with head-and-neck cancer underwent preoperative contrast-enhanced MRI and PET/CT for staging. The(More)
OBJECT T2 relaxation time is a promising MRI parameter for the early diagnosis and follow-up of osteoarthritis. Assessing the evolution of osteoarthritis needs exact comparison of datasets acquired at different times and knowledge of the T2 reproducibility. The aims of this work were to establish a method for voxel-wise comparison of T2 datasets and to(More)
Image quality in PET examinations is influenced by several factors. Patient motion during PET data acquisition is a substantial problem that potentially leads to smearing artifacts, resulting in the loss of diagnostic accuracy both in visual and quantitative image analyses. In hybrid imaging, coregistration of functional (PET) and morphologic (CT or MR(More)
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