Diagnosis of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Abnormalities Using Spect: Agreement between Individualized Statistical Parametric Maps and Visual Inspection by Nuclear Medicine Physicians with Different Levels of Expertise in Nuclear Neurology

@inproceedings{Rocha2009DiagnosisOR,
  title={Diagnosis of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Abnormalities Using Spect: Agreement between Individualized Statistical Parametric Maps and Visual Inspection by Nuclear Medicine Physicians with Different Levels of Expertise in Nuclear Neurology},
  author={Euclides Tim{\'o}teo da Rocha and Carlos Alberto Buchpiguel and Ricardo Nitrini and S{\'e}rgio Tazima and Stela Verzinhase Peres and Geraldo Busatto Filho},
  booktitle={Clinics},
  year={2009}
}
INTRODUCTION Visual analysis is widely used to interpret regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) SPECT images in clinical practice despite its limitations. Automated methods are employed to investigate between-group rCBF differences in research studies but have rarely been explored in individual analyses. OBJECTIVES To compare visual inspection by nuclear physicians with the automated statistical parametric mapping program using a SPECT dataset of patients with neurological disorders and normal… CONTINUE READING

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