Atlas and Anatomy of SPECT/CT View Full Text


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2022-02-04

AUTHORS

E. Edmund Kim , Vanessa Murad , Jin-Chul Paeng , Hyung-Jun Im , Ji-Young Kim , Gi-Jeong Cheon

ABSTRACT

Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) imaging has evolved rapidly during the past decades since the introduction of the Anger camera in 1970, the posterior rotating gantry and dual detectors with better reconstruction processes, and quantitative data analysis. In the late 1990s, hybrid SPECT/CT imaging appeared to improve diagnostic accuracy with precise anatomical location and image quality with attenuation correction. In the last 10 years, all these equipment have had important improvements to allow us the characterization of the pathology based on morphologic pattern recognition, hand in hand with the evolution in radiopharmaceuticals, to evaluate more and better physiological processes [1]. Conventional analog technologies have advanced to multidetector devices with direct conversion digital detectors that improve efficiency, resolution and image quality, resulting in faster studies with lower doses and even the ability to image multiple radionuclides simultaneously. This includes the last generation cadmium-zinc-telluride (CZT) scanners, which bring more possibilities in research and clinical practice, especially in nuclear cardiology [2–4]. There is no denying that SPECT is still the go-to choice for most cardiologists. More... »

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181-277

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