Analysis of clinical brain SPECT data based on anatomic standardization and reference to normal data: an ROC-based comparison of visual, semiquantitative, and voxel-based methods.

@article{Laere2002AnalysisOC,
  title={Analysis of clinical brain SPECT data based on anatomic standardization and reference to normal data: an ROC-based comparison of visual, semiquantitative, and voxel-based methods.},
  author={Koen Van Laere and J. Bal Warwick and Jan Versijpt and Ingeborg Goethals and Kurt R Audenaert and Ben van Heerden and Rudi A. Dierckx},
  journal={Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={458-69}
}
UNLABELLED The technique of anatomic standardization and comparison with normal templates is increasingly used in clinical brain SPECT practice and allows automated, operator-independent volume-of-interest (VOI) or voxel-based analysis of whole-brain data. In 2 distinct clinical populations with severe traumatic brain injury and cognitive impairment, this study compared 3 widely available approaches that use normal templates to evaluate SPECT brain perfusion deficits. METHODS In total, 74… CONTINUE READING
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