Neuroactivation and Neuroimaging with SPET
Mark S. George
Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1991 - Brain - 197 pages
This book describes for the first time the application of single photon emission tomography (SPET) to neuroactivation imaging in praticular and neuroimaging in general. Protocols for SPET, neuroactivation and neuroimaging are given in de- tail, and results discussed on the basis of clinical material and case histories. Normal functional anatomy is correlated with data from MRI.
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1.0 cycles/cm cut-off 15 minutes 64 matrix acquisition abnormalities attenuation correction Fig autism basal ganglia behaviour brain function brain regions cerebral blood flow Clinical Case History Clockwise collimators computed tomography coronal and sagittal cortical Costa DC cut-off frequency cycles/cm cut-off frequency decreased dementia detector diagnosis disorder emission tomography epilepsy evaluation filter and attenuation flow maps focal frontal lobes functional neuroimaging gamma camera gamma rays GE/CGR Neurocam given intravenous Hanning prefilter high-resolution collimators HMPAO hypoperfusion Image Acquisition Parameters lesions ligands metabolism minutes 128 projections Neurocam for 15 Neurol normal Nucl Parameters The patient parietal lobe patient was given performance perfusion positron emission tomography prefilter with 1.0 processing Psychiatry radiopharmaceuticals Ramp filter rCBF SPET receptor regional cerebral blood rotation sagittal planes scanned supine schizophrenia seizure sensitivity slices were reconstructed SPECT SPET imaging SPET neuroactivation SPET scans SPET studies Tc-HMPAO Temporal Lobe Tomographic slices tracer transaxial tumours visual cortex