Standardized volumetric 3D-analysis of SPECT/CT imaging in orthopaedics: overcoming the limitations of qualitative 2D analysis

@inproceedings{Hirschmann2012StandardizedV3,
  title={Standardized volumetric 3D-analysis of SPECT/CT imaging in orthopaedics: overcoming the limitations of qualitative 2D analysis},
  author={Michael T. Hirschmann and Christopher R. Wagner and Helmut Rasch and Johann Henckel},
  booktitle={BMC Medical Imaging},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND SPECT/CT combines high resolution anatomical 3D computerized tomography (CT) and single photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) as functional imaging, which provides 3D information about biological processes into a single imaging modality. The clinical utility of SPECT/CT imaging has been recognized in a variety of medical fields and most recently in orthopaedics; however, clinical adoption has been limited due to shortcomings of analytical tools available. Specifically… CONTINUE READING
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