Accelerated Registration and Reconstruction for Functional Nuclear Imaging

@inproceedings{Vetter2016AcceleratedRA,
  title={Accelerated Registration and Reconstruction for Functional Nuclear Imaging},
  author={Christoph Vetter},
  year={2016}
}
Functional nuclear imaging provides unique information that is complementary to structural imaging modalities like CT or MR which provide a view of the patient's anatomy. Functional imaging modalities like SPECT or PET on the other hand provide a view into physiological activities, whether that is metabolic function, blood flow or the chemical composition of tissues. This information is widely used for diagnosis, but also very valuable in the interventional case. Time constraints may make the… CONTINUE READING

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