Juslin Alignment of Cardiac Structures in [ 15 O ] H 2 O Perfusion PET Studies

@inproceedings{Anu2018JuslinAO,
  title={Juslin Alignment of Cardiac Structures in [ 15 O ] H 2 O Perfusion PET Studies},
  author={Anu},
  year={2018}
}
  • Anu
  • Published 2018
Positron emission tomography (PET) with [O]H2O provides a method to measure quantitatively the myocardial perfusion in vivo. The quantification enables an objective and accurate way to compare studies acquired on different time occasions or under different conditions. The challenge in [O]H2O cardiac perfusion PET studies is the low contrast between cardiac structures in the images, because the tracer is freely diffusible. Furthermore, the contraction motion of the heart and the movement of the… CONTINUE READING

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