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Dec 31, 2017 3. 22 by DJ Schofield These include: image quality, scan time, contouring requirements, and variability. There are many variables that can affect the value of a full-body non-breath-hold PET/CT. Overall, factors such as patient compliance, scanner setting and imaging protocols can be adjusted for to deliver a desired level of image quality while maintaining acceptable scan times. Image quality depends on (a) the initial image data of the emission scans, (b) the reconstruction algorithms, and (c) the noise introduced. This section will focus on the latter two components. However, these general guidelines should be used with caution. Each scanner is different, so the optimal protocol for each patient is the most important factor in obtaining the best results. . Reconstruction 22 by DJ Schofield Reconstruction refers to the methods used to reconstruct the 3D image from the 2D projection data, and is responsible for the amount of noise in the final reconstruction. This section will focus on the types of reconstruction performed in PET/CT scanners, and how they impact the final image quality. . Pitfalls 23 by DJ Schofield Pitfalls are areas in which there is the potential for substantial error in the CT or PET/CT. In the PET/CT, pitfalls are predominantly related to technical issues such as misregistration between the CT and PET, resulting in poor quality images that are often misinterpreted and misinterpreted. . 12 by DJ Schofield While the CT and PET/CT images both provide clinically useful information, the primary purpose of the PET/CT scan is to identify and map the sites of suspected disease. In this section, we will cover the physical characteristics of PET/CT, disease site identification, and, finally, the anatomical features that should not be misinterpreted. Nuclear Medicine 28 by DJ Schofield The nuclear medicine is a specialty of medicine that uses radioactive tracers to evaluate physiological functions in the body. This section will cover the types of tracers used in nuclear medicine, their benefits, and their risks. . 1. What is Nuclear Medicine? 28 by DJ Schofield Nuclear medicine is a branch of medicine that uses radioactivity to perform certain tests to evaluate organ


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