Cardiac motion compensation and resolution modeling in simultaneous PET-MR: a cardiac lesion detection study.

@article{Petibon2013CardiacMC,
  title={Cardiac motion compensation and resolution modeling in simultaneous PET-MR: a cardiac lesion detection study.},
  author={Yoann Petibon and Jinsong Ouyang and Xiaohua Zhu and Chiung-Yu Huang and Timothy G. Reese and Se Young Chun and Quanzheng Li and Georges N El Fakhri},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={58 7},
  pages={2085-102}
}
Cardiac motion and partial volume effects (PVE) are two of the main causes of image degradation in cardiac PET. Motion generates artifacts and blurring while PVE lead to erroneous myocardial activity measurements. Newly available simultaneous PET-MR scanners offer new possibilities in cardiac imaging as MRI can assess wall contractility while collecting PET perfusion data. In this perspective, we develop a list-mode iterative reconstruction framework incorporating both tagged-MR derived non… CONTINUE READING

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