List mode-driven cardiac and respiratory gating in PET.

@article{Bther2009ListMC,
  title={List mode-driven cardiac and respiratory gating in PET.},
  author={Florian B{\"u}ther and Mohammad Dawood and Lars Stegger and Frank W{\"u}bbeling and Michael Sch{\"a}fers and Otmar Schober and Klaus P. Sch{\"a}fers},
  journal={Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={
          674-81
        }
}
UNLABELLED Gating methods acquiring biosignals (such as electrocardiography [ECG] and respiration) during PET enable one to reduce motion effects that potentially lead to image blurring and artifacts. This study evaluated different cardiac and respiratory gating methods: one based on ECG signals for cardiac gating and video signals for respiratory gating; 2 others based on measured inherent list mode events. METHODS Twenty-nine patients with coronary artery disease underwent a 20-min ECG… CONTINUE READING

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